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Sidehill Lie Ball Below Feet Grip

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Sidehill Lie Golf Shot Ball Below Feet

Do you find that when you’re on a sidehill lie and the ball is below your feet, your shots start to the right of the target?

It happens to the best players in the world – but they make just a few simple adjustments so that the ball lands at their intended target.

Connor struggled with his own sidehill lie golf shots with the ball below his feet and asked:

Hi Sean, I find when I’m on a sidehill and the ball is below my feet, I have a tendency to hit most of my shots right of my target.  Could you please help me understand why this might be happening?

Exclusive Bonus: Step-by-step checklist that will show you how to hit the ball below your feet golf shot. This is great to take to the driving range and practice (Download Here.)

Face Plane Tilt

If you could imagine standing on a flat lie you can see that the face magnet and my target line are pretty much parallel to each other. Keep Reading

How to Hit a Uphill Bunker Shot

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How to Hit a Uphill Bunker Shot

Have you ever been faced with an uphill bunker shot, and asked yourself how you should play it?

This shot can certainly pose a lot of difficulty for golfers, but with good fundamentals and a sound technique, it’s definitely possible to get better and more consistent.

Anthony was experiencing some frustration with this type of bunker shot and recently asked:

Hi Sean, I’ve been having a lot of issues with my uphill bunker shot.  Typically I come up short –  and more often than not I leave my shots in the bunker.  Do you have any suggestions or techniques that can help me improve?

Exclusive Bonus: Step-by-step checklist that will show you how to hit an uphill lie bunker shot. This is great to take to the driving range and practice (Download Here).

Proper Club Selection

The first thing I would like you to examine is you club choice.

If your ball is on an upslope, the trajectory of this shot is going to be higher, therefore the ball will not travel as far.

In most cases, golfers’ first instinct is to grab their lob wedge when they need to hit a shot out of the sand. Keep Reading

Iron Shot Impact Position

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Stoop Hitting Iron Shots Too High

Do you find that you’re hitting irons too high?

Do you feel you’re losing a lot of distance as a result?

Doug, one of our readers, wrote in and asked a question on this topic:

Hey Sean, I’m having a lot of issues with my iron play.  I’m hitting shots way too high.  Do you have any techniques or suggestions to help me bring the height or trajectory of my shots down?

Exclusive Bonus: Step-by-step checklist that will show you how to stop hitting your irons shots high. This is great to take to the driving range and practice (Download Here).

Ball Position

The first thing I would like you to check is your ball position.

If the ball is positioned too far forward, this could be a contributing factor as to why it’s gaining too much height.

I want you to get two alignment rods and place the first one along your intended target line.

I want you to place the second one perpendicular to the alignment rod on the ground, and opposite of the golf ball. Keep Reading