Over drawing my tee shots .... help me hit a fade.

I spent what felt like years trying to learn to hit a draw consistently. Now I can’t fade the ball. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Neill A. MacLeod III
Greenwood, NS
Callaway Epic 9 deg
Callaway Epic Flash 15 deg
Adams Black Super Hybrid 15deg
Miura CB-501 irons
Scotty Cameron Fastback 34”

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  • CROUSE99CROUSE99 Members Posts: 184 ✭✭✭

    Try setting up with your feet square to the target line and your shoulders open to the target line. Move the ball up in your stance just a little and then weaken your grip just a smidgen.

  • neillmacparguyneillmacparguy Members Posts: 77 ✭✭✭

    Thanks. Playing tomorrow. I’ll give it a try.

    Neill A. MacLeod III
    Greenwood, NS
    Callaway Epic 9 deg
    Callaway Epic Flash 15 deg
    Adams Black Super Hybrid 15deg
    Miura CB-501 irons
    Scotty Cameron Fastback 34”

  • N0rs3manN0rs3man Members Posts: 70 ✭✭

    One thing i do is line up at the target but aim left of the target. Your hands should raise a little steeper on backswing naturally and cut across slightly. Usually the more of a difference in line up vs aim the greater the curve

    PXG 0811XF Gen. 2 HZRDUS ProjectX shaft
    King Cobra ROUGE X shaft woods
    Sterling single length irons
    Random putter

  • neillmacparguyneillmacparguy Members Posts: 77 ✭✭✭

    Thanks for the tips guys. Shortened the width of my stance and thought smooth today. It seemed to work.

    Neill A. MacLeod III
    Greenwood, NS
    Callaway Epic 9 deg
    Callaway Epic Flash 15 deg
    Adams Black Super Hybrid 15deg
    Miura CB-501 irons
    Scotty Cameron Fastback 34”

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