Changing Golf Trajectory for Changing Conditions

Duration: 3:05

Conditions aren’t always perfect on the golf course. In this video, PGA Professionals Rafael Floriani and Joseph Hallett provide tips on how to adjust the trajectory of your ball flight to deal with different conditions you’ll play in. On the practice range, utilize these two simple drills that will help get your body in a good position to hit the ball at a lower launch angle and keep it down underneath the elements. And when facing windy conditions on the course, try taking a lower lofted club, moving the ball back in your stance and gripping down on the club one to two inches. This will help lower your ball flight and give you more control in the wind.

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