Hitting golf shots into the wind can be a challenge, so PGA Professional Todd Kolb gives a couple quick and easy tips to help you deal with the gusty conditions.
If you’re going to play golf in the wind, the first thing you have to do is understand how to bring your ball flight down. “Hitting down on the golf ball will actually help you bring it a little lower,” Kolb explains and demonstrates on his Flightscope Launch Monitor.
“I’m going to give you two tips for hitting the low-flying wind shot,” Kolb begins. “The first thing to do is move the ball slightly farther back in your stance. Then I want you to take the handle of the shaft and lean it slightly toward the target, that will take a little loft off the face and help draw down the ball flight a little bit.”
For the full article, visit: https://usgolftv.com/golf-instruction-2/golf-in-the-wind/
For more great golf tips, articles, products and reviews, visit our website:
► Subscribe to USGolfTV: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgz5-3igA0IfsyWGKTr6YKA?sub_confirmation=1
Fix your slice today! Visit http://yourtourdraw.com/your-tour-draw-video
Follow us on Social Media:
Website – https://usgolftv.com
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/usgolftv/
YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgz5-3igA0IfsyWGKTr6YKA?sub_confirmation=1
Golf Warm-Up Routine Exercises
Authentication failed. No user with this email address found.Garmin Approach Golf GPS – Golfer’s Ultimate Choice
Junior Golf – How Many Lessons?
Junior Golf Tournaments – Which Ones To Enter
6 Easy Golf Putting Tips for Beginner Golfers to Lower Your Score