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When you are faced with a ground that isn't flat, you'll want to make small adjustments to your swing. In general, you want to adjust the swing so that you avoid hitting the ground before the ball. To do this, you can make the following adjustments.
Uphill: Angle the pelvis with the slope and swing more in-to-out
Downhill: Angle the pelvis with the slope and swing more out-to-in
Ball Below Your Feet: Swing more outside in
Ball Above Your Feet: Swing more inside out
Playlists: Understand Your Swing Plane/Path
Tags: Poor Contact, Speciality Shot, Practice Strategies, Concept, Intermediate