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Swing Golf Club In Snow

"Check Swing Path Ball Position Swing Golf Club In Snow"

By: John Lombardo Golfteacher,com
Might as well use the snow to your advantage. You can check your swing path and ball position by swinging a golf club in the snow. As you club hits the snow it makes an impression that indicates the path of the club head and angle of the club face, that is, you can check where your club face is square in relation to your ball position. I take rapid swings to get a good check as to what the club face is doing.

The resistance of the golf club hitting the snow builds strength at impact.

Check where the club face is square to your target line by checking your footprints in the snow as indicated in the pictures.


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