Speaker 1: A great shot to have in the bag is the fade.
Now not the slice that most people end up hitting as a mishit.
I'm talking about a controlled, powerful, compressed fade.
Now to do that, here's some adjustments you need to make.
The first thing is, make sure that you bump the ball a little more forward in your stance.
That will allow you to angle your swing slightly to the left, which will promote more of a fade motion.
You want to make sure that your right hand is a little bit more on top of the club, which will help hold that face slightly open to the path as you go through the ball, again producing a nice, slight fade.
The final thing that you want to keep in mind is, make sure that you concentrate on turning all the way through, full finish to the left as you go through.
Because the last thing you want is to prepare for a fade, get set up, and then all of a sudden your body stalls out and the face turns over, and you get the double cross to the left.
Make sure you clear all the way through the shot.
That will help promote a nice fade motion through the ball.
You'll see the ball drift to the right and hopefully right next to the pin.