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Pulling and poor club-face aiming


42 common errors in golf
and how to correct

I feel that simply mis-aiming the clubface to the right of target at address is the common cause of coming over the top. The golfer who aims to the right at the outset subconsciously realizes that somehow he must direct the club head back to the left during the downswing, in order to bring it back on target. Proper aiming offsets common tendency of aiming right and then pulling shot to the left in a subconscious effort to bring it back on target. Proper aiming is thus the first step and perhaps the only adjustment you may need to cure pulling. The procedure for aiming is to aim the clubface first and then use it for a guide to step out with your feet. To develop the skill of aiming, stand in front of a mirror to practice and monitor your accuracy.

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