Want to Control Your Trajectory like a Pro?
Tiger Woods believes that “Having consistent iron play comes from being able to control your trajectory.”
Fortunately for you, it’s easy to do! You just need to know 2 things:
- How to practice and
- The correct technique.
On Day 4 of the 9 Days to Amazing Ball Striking series, you learned how to hit the golf ball low so it will cut through the wind.
One simple key to getting this ball flight was to bow your left wrist through impact.
The next day, you learned how to hit the ball high by keeping the left wrist flat. Now you can launch the ball to the moon for maximum distance on downwind holes.
With those techniques in mind, it’s time to practice a drill that will let you fine tune your trajectory control just like a touring pro.
This drill comes from the Day 8 Premium video called “Fine Tuning Trajectory.”
Here’s How to Do It
The key: Vary your trajectory constantly as you practice.
To start, you’ll hit the ball at a normal height.
Then you’ll use the techniques you’ve already learned to lower the ball flight roughly 15%. Once you’ve done that successfully, you can lower the flight even more, to 30% lower than normal.
Then back to 15% lower and back to neutral.
After you’ve completed low trajectory shots, you’ll follow the same process with high trajectory shots: Normal, 15% higher, 30% higher, 15% higher, and then back to neutral.
This will complete one full round. I want you to complete this process for at least three rounds, hitting a successful shot at each checkpoint before moving to the next.
Are you ready to impress your friends with your new-found trajectory control?
Find out how with the complete Day 8 Premium video.
Control Your Trajectory Like Tiger!
The rest of the new Premium video gives you full details and a demo of the drill, plus it explains how your ball position may be ruining your consistency.
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