How to Shape the Ball Flight of your Shots
This section features tips on how to shape the flight of your golf ball. While most of us strive to reliably hit the ball as straight as possible there are instances where you would want the ball to take a different path than your typical straight and high ball flight.
Review our tips on how to send your ball on target through a nice right-to-left ball flight that rolls a little further upon landing.
Review our tips to learn how to produce a high left-to-right ball flight that lands softly, which is typical of a fade ball flight.
It is usually associated with long irons (rather than wedges or woods) and sees the ball climbing slowly into the air, staying relatively close to the ground. It is often played in order to negate the effect of strong wind, either crosswind or headwind.