October 22, 2017

Tips On Golf Swing: The Difference Between The Conventional And Locked-In Draw

 http://lockedingolf.com/golftips/2011/golf-draw-shot Some major tips on golf swing is to understand the difference between the conventional way to produce a draw and the Locked-In method of hitting  a draw.

Several draw techniques can be found at http://how-to-hit-a-draw.com/ .

There is a huge difference between the techniques shown at http://how-to-hit-a-draw.com/  to produce Locked-In draw shots than what is required to hit a conventional type of draw.

As discussed and shown at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhjmZKeQigc , the locked-in golf method to produce a draw is markedly different from the conventional way to produce draw golf shots.

The traditional means to produce a draw is to align your body to the outside of your target line, the imaginary line running from your target back to and through your ball.

Then the traditional way requires you to swing your club back along your body line during your back swing and down your target line during your down swing.

However, as discussed in some of the golf articles at  http://www.articles-on-golf.com/2012/hit-a-draw-how-t  the difficulty of producing a draw the conventional way is that if you swing too much to the outside of your body line during your back swing you could become the victim of the “double cross” and produce a push that would fly in the oposite direction of a draw.

I discuss this dilemma  in a book entitled, How To Hit A Power Draw, which is available at http://lockedingolf.com/golftechniques/book/how-to-hit-a-power-draw/ .

The Locked-n method to produce draw ball flights, on the other hand, requires you lock-in a draw ball flight alignment during your set up routine, center the sweet spot of your club face directly behind your ball and then align your shoulders parallel with your directional line, the imaginary line on which you want your ball initially to fly so it will curve to the target as a result of its draw alignment.

Then, with the Locked-In approach, all that remains is to keep a steady head and execute a simple golf swing without any manipulation of the club during the golf swing in any manner.

Discounting windy condition or elevation differentials between your stance and your ball, you should produce a draw, one shot after another.

Unlike the susceptibility of the conventional method to the double-cross dilemma, the Locked-In draw alignment during the set up proceeding  avoids any possibility  of this malady.

So, once again, one of the best tips on golf swing is to appreciate the difference in these two approaches to produce draw golf shots.

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