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    help to achieve in to out swing

    Hello all
    Does anyone have any drills – preferably with props – to help eliminate an over the top swing, in order to promote an in-to-out ball strike?
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    Re: help to achieve in to out swing

    there are many drills out there - looking at your handicap - it might be best to go and get some lessons for a local pro. As its probably more than just the swing path.
    Need to look at set up, strike, separation, weight bearing etc.

    First thing you need to do is video your swing from down the line and face on. This will show you where you're main faults are.

    What do you struggle with most? shank? slice? hooks?
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    Re: help to achieve in to out swing

    TBH, if you just change your swing path without the correct instruction you could end up with more problems than you started with.

    As already been said, lessons are the way forward
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    Re: help to achieve in to out swing

    Quote Originally Posted by itsamomentintime View Post
    Hello all
    Does anyone have any drills – preferably with props – to help eliminate an over the top swing, in order to promote an in-to-out ball strike?
    There is loads on YouTube. try Peter finch. He has plenty of great videos.
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    Re: help to achieve in to out swing

    Firstly I have always had regular lessons

    The two drills I used to reinforce what the coach was saying were.

    1. When you have established the correct swing path place an object, something soft (pipe wrap is good) a few inches behind the ball just outside of the swing line. If you come over the top you will hit the object rather than the ball.

    2. (Bit more to help to learn to draw for me) Place the ball on a very tall tee (70mm +) and hit with a 6 or 7 iron.

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    Re: help to achieve in to out swing

    Quote Originally Posted by jim8flog View Post
    Firstly I have always had regular lessons

    The two drills I used to reinforce what the coach was saying were.

    1. When you have established the correct swing path place an object, something soft (pipe wrap is good) a few inches behind the ball just outside of the swing line. If you come over the top you will hit the object rather than the ball.

    2. (Bit more to help to learn to draw for me) Place the ball on a very tall tee (70mm +) and hit with a 6 or 7 iron.
    Or a house brick, as this quickly indicates a faulty swing
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    Re: help to achieve in to out swing

    Handkerchief under your right [or left if leftie] oxter has worked well since @1924.
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    Re: help to achieve in to out swing

    A drill I've had with my teacher: aim the club face way left at address - 7-iron. I mean way left, 45 degrees or so. Now try to hit target without changing club face angle. Just do half swings to start with, then work up to full swings. Once you've got the feel, start straightening the club face whilst still hitting target, but maintaining the swing feel. Worked for me.
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    Re: help to achieve in to out swing

    I used to want in to out path


    Now I have it and have an uncontrollable duck hook a few times a round




    Wish I could have my little out to in consistent path back
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    Re: help to achieve in to out swing

    A plastic bottle full of water with the top off, a couple of alignment sticks and place the ball with the logo pointing at 4 o'clock as you look at it at address.

    Take the first alignment stick and place aiming at your target. Imagine a clock face and this stick would be 12 - 6
    Take the second alignment stick place on top of the first pointing roughly 10 - 4
    Place the bottle of water bottle next to the 10 - 4 stick

    The 10 - 4 stick give you the path you are trying to achieve, the bottle of water will let you know if you have achieved it or not.

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