How to Play Golf From Sloping Lies

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In this weeks training Danny Maude shows you how to play from sloping lies. By the end of the training you will know exactly how to set up and what 3 things you should be concentrating on in order to strike your shots more consistently.

You will also learn the common faults as to why golfers struggle playing sloping lies and tips you can go away and practice to begin playing them well.

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Comments

Larry Sharp says:

Much better thank you. I left dirt on the hills instead of new bunkers lol

Larry Sharp says:

Wow thanks so much. I live in the mountains and have a really hard time with the steep slopes

Randy Mahony says:

Hey Danny another great video. How about ball above the feet?

Michael Murphy says:

Danny,what about a ball lying above your feet?

James Dixon says:

Hi dan could you do a video playing across a slope

Mike Hamme says:

Brilliant tutorial, thanks !

Mike L60 says:

Thanks Dan , so would i be correct to make my sternum 90 degrees to the lie surface ? i think that would be a good swing thought to monitor , do you agree ? thanks .

Terri Smith says:

Love your instructions because you explain the why's. Could you do a lesson on hybrids? Do I hit them like an iron or fairway woods? Thanks

Harold Pohoresky says:

Excellent explanation

onefrequencydown says:

Great stuff Danny

simon walsh says:

Thanks for the advice. Could you do a video for ball above the feet ? I always struggle with this and end up hooking the ball no matter how far right I aim

Harry Fagg says:

What hole is this

nahshon cline says:

Great video! A problem I find myself in a lot which almost always ends poorly. I like the approach of ball position favors the high foot! That will stick with me. Thanks for a very useful tip.

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