Many players find it difficult to control the distance and direction of their golf shots due to inconsistency in how the club interacts with the ground and ball. Too often the club will hit the ground before it contacts the ball, resulting in grass and dirt getting trapped between the club face and the ball and making it almost impossible to control the golf ball. The best ball strikers get the club to contact the ball first and then the turf.

In this video I explain some of the more common reasons that cause this problem and walk you through a series of drills that will have you hitting solid golf shots every time.

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I hope you enjoyed this post on hitting more solid golf shots. As always comments are welcome and appreciated.

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