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Tip no. 5 - Curing the Pull
with Pachesham Golf Academy

The pull is actually a close relation of the slice, at least as far as body alignment and swing path are concerned, which is why many slicers occasionally hit a pull.

Please note: all lessons refer to right-handed golfers

A pull shot is the result of an 'out to in ' swing path with the face square to the path.
Curing the pull lies in trying to achieve an inside path into the ball. An easy way to gain this feeling is to place an alignment aid on the ground near the ball, this should be pointing right of target. The idea is to track the line of the alignment before and after impact. This feeling should improve the club path and straighten up the ball flight.


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