Kevin Batters gives tips for how to hit a cut shot in golf. When use to turn club we are implying for a right handed golfer a left to right spin and for left handed golfer a right to left spin. If Nicholson is cutting the ball he will going from right to left and any other player say Tiger Woods is cutting the shot he'll be going from left to right. The secret of getting good cut shots is having good strong and fast left arm because as one trying to make a cut shot the left arm will be pulling a little bit longer than normal to leave the face behind the hands which imparts left to right spin in the golf shaft. As the shot is hit the face is behind the hands leaving the face slightly open. If the heads face is well behind the hands it will be a larger cut shot. So one should trivial sense of timing in the golf shaft, when the head arrives at the same time as the hand it's going to go straight. So never let the club passes the hands or catch up or release, they are all implying that the face of the club is imparting a left to right spin and it handles always slightly in the front when that is done. A couple of other things that are important when hitting a cut shot are that we need to play the ball certainly more forward than we stand, no good cutters will play the ball back in their stands. And then one would probably want to get on the right side of the golf tee for the right handed golfer which opens you up to hit more than a left and pass the opened up your stands, pulling the left foot back to the right setting up a good atmosphere for the club to come down the line and then back to the inside leaving the space slightly open to move the ball left to right for a cut shot.
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