How to draw a golf hole?
Adjust your wrist so that the club is pointing to the 1 o’clock position or at a 45 degree angle, making sure to square the clubface. Imagine drawing a line from the golf ball to your target hole. Then, draw a perpendicular line (at a 90 degree angle) across the golf ball.
What is a golf hook and how to fix it?
The dreaded golf hook – a ball that can start any direction, but curves dramatically to the left (for a right-hander) – often into the trees or out of bounds. Amateurs try all sorts of things to fix their hook; “keep your head down” “keep that left arm straight”
Why do I keep hooking the golf ball?
Your club path is way off the correct swing plane. Another reason why you’re hooking the ball is your club is not traversing down the ideal swing plane. If the ball starts from the left then goes farther left, then it is more likely that your club is moving from outside to inside the target line.
How do you hit a golf ball with a hook?
First, it aims your feet more to the right of your target, so the ball can hook back toward it. Secondly, it moves the ball slightly away from your body and flattens your swing. That helps you hit the ball with an in-to-out swing that also will help the ball hook slightly. Keep your upper arms close to your chest.