Do you find it difficult to draw or fade shots, even after making the necessary set-up adjustments? Try the clubface images that have helped me “work” the ball throughout my career.
As long as you swing the way you set up, aligning your shoulders right of target and closing the face slightly at address should assure that the ball starts a little right of target and curves gently back to it. For “insurance,” visualize the toe of the club overtaking the heel through impact and continuing to move farther ahead as the follow-through deepens.
Reverse the process to fade shots. Begin by aligning your shoulders a little left of target and opening the clubface slightly. Then “see” and feel the heel of the club always staying ahead of, or leading, the toe through impact. Translate that image into feel with a few practice swings.
Keeping your right hand “under” your left through impact will help you do so.
Next Week’s topic: Fix the “Fats”.