Everyone from the rank beginner to the seasoned Tour Pro suffers from at least one issue in their swing. These faults rob you of distance and prevent you from playing your best golf. Jim Waldron takes you through the most common faults, giving you the cause, and sharing the best drills to get these faults out of your game forever.
Faults & Fixes: Slices
Do you suffer from a slice? This is the most common fault and while there are a number of reasons that can cause you to slice the ball, these drills will help you cure your slice once and for all.
Faults and Fixes: Hooks
Hooks, or getting stuck inside, is a common fault for higher level players. Use these drills to improve your rotation and control your path.
Faults and Fixes: Topping
'You should keep your head down!' ... If you've ever heard that before, this video is for you. Keeping your head down won't keep you from topping the ball. These drills will help you maintain your posture and structure all the way through the ball.
Faults and Fixes: Off-Center Strikes Part 1
Off-center strikes cause gear effect in your driver. This doesn't really happen with your irons. It is unique to the large lightweight head of your driver. Gear effect can have a significant effect on your ball flight.
Faults and Fixes: Off-Center Strikes Part 2
You can do everything right, but if you don't make centered contact, you won't like the result. Use this drill to help master your control over where on the face you make contact with the ball.
Faults and Fixes: Hitting Down
Stop hitting down with your driver... this is an easy way to gain distance instantly. Use this drill to take control over the low point in your driver swing.