Why does my golf club go under the golf ball?

Why does my golf club go under the golf ball?

The club will most likely be hitting the golf ball too steeply, therefore imparting a downward blow on to the golf ball causing the golf club to go under the golf ball instead of hitting up on the golf ball off the tee. Another great way of creating more of an upward hit is to lean the body weight behind the ball at address.

How to hit a golf club behind the ball?

The golf club should work down, hit the ball, and then the ground. A common problem is to whip the club inside on the takeaway and over rotate the hips. When this happens the backswing becomes flat and inside and it’s very easy to hit behind the ball.

Why am I hitting behind the ball?

Why am I hitting Behind the Ball? There are many factors which can affect your shot and cause you to hit behind the ball such as; Your position over the ball. Movement during your swing. Improper weight distribution and/or transfer. Some are easier to spot than others. Ball Position. The best place to start is the scene of the crime.

Why do I hit it fat in the golf swing?

Here are 3 reasons and fixes for why you hit it fat: Staying centered during the swing is a big issue for a lot of golfers. If your weight moves laterally (away from the target) on the backswing, the center of your swing moves. The problem with this is that the golf ball does not move with you.