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This video is about how to stop hitting behind the ball in golf. For more golf tips and drills please make sure to check out For more golf lessons and instructions please click the “Show More” button below.







✅ 3-Time SW Florida PGA Teacher Of The Year Winner
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✅ David Leadbetter Golf Academy director for 13 years
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✅ Taught numerous that have competed on PGA, LPGA, PGA Champions Tour, and Canadian Tour





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peter kol says:

Talk…talk ….talk…

W X says:

I hit a draw by shutting the face at setup, aiming 3 or 4 yards right, and swinging while feeling a bit in to out a couple degrees. I guess it's easier for me personally to setup for the shot, and use the same swing, rather than swing differently. But as you said, whatever is comfortable, and for me, that's how I do it comfortably.

Peter says:

Great ideas and tips for this lesson. Gives me choices on how to get there.

Mike Jenkins says:

Wow!…look at that fairway grass??…wanna play there!

John Cardinal says:

Adam you are getting me through winter up here in the north. Wish I had seen you years ago. Your succinct way of communicating is outstanding. Keep the videos coming.

Raghavendra Rao says:

I sync with the idea of "experimenting a little bit to find what works" for me.
It is, believe me, a very motivating comment.
Now, I do'nt give up easily and try for a reasonable time – and it works!
None of the tips work first time – it is persistence which actually gives us an idea of what is happening. Thanks Adam. You are a great teacher.

Stormtrooper1488 says:

This is the wrong advice based on the old ball flight theory before Trackman and others came on the scene. For a draw, the club face needs to be open at impact to start the ball to the right. It has to be closed with respect to the the club path though. If the club face is closed at impact you will hit a straight hook or a hook.

BEASTMODE123850 says:

Hes got an odd accent

geansai333 says:

so my local pro suggested i hit some irons off an uphill lie to understand the mechanics of hitting a draw.
I would venture that I've found that it helps to get the grip away from my body at impact, chiefly with my left hand, creating space for the right hand to 'come through' into the inside of the ball…

Does make any iota of sense? I spent years trying to just drop my hands down, but the feeling above is more to 'drop it out further' if you will….

I'd love to know your thoughts..

Geo B says:

Play the ball slightly back in your stance. Set the club face slightly closed at address or close it slitghtly thru impact, whatever is more comfortable for you. Hands slightly forward at impact. Then, practice at the range. That's golden, thanks!

Real Riot says:

hey your super amazing with helping me out in golf you inspired me to make my channel and so i need help with hitting the ball straight up into the air plz make a vid if u have send me a link plz

sjld88 says:

Hi Adam, just want to echo what the other guys are saying, you're the best instruction coach on the net by far……

Greggy S says:

Your presentation is excellent. Great info and really good overall conceptualization. thx

Jase Goodman says:

have you got any drills on hitting the center of the club face, i keep toeing it!

Harry Morris says:

Very intelligent approach
Very satisfying to watch regards

James Horan says:

Thank you Adam. It was clear and concise. Going to give it a try this afternoon.

Daniel Delgado says:

You're the best instructor on you tube period.

6string - Dave says:

Your instruction is very clear and concise! You don't mislead students by over emphasizing certain techniques. Too many instructors describe movements or swing tips that we incorrectly interpret. Such as: hit down on the ball, keep your head down etc. I like that you describe an action but counter it with "but don't over do this". Good stuff!

gator bite says:

well done. thank you for the advice.

Michael McPhail says:

To much talking….

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