In this video you’ll learn how to shape your shots. PGA professional Mike Bender shows you a drill on how to shape your shots with fades and draws. He explains the importance of having a stock shot and why you should never cross your line. To illustrate this, he tells a story about Jack Nicklaus at the Masters. To conclude, he shows you a drill to help you consistently shape your shots with confidence.
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