How To: Use the variable tee drill to cure a pull shot in golf

Use the variable tee drill to cure a pull shot in golf

This video is on Golf and will show you how to use the variable tee drill to cure a pull shot in golf. This video is from Golf Link. A typical problem for somebody who tends to pull the ball is they position the ball too far forward. So, when they are setting up, the shoulders are actually looking left. By the time the club head reaches the ball during the swing, they are swinging around to the left producing the pull. The variable ball position drill will cure this problem. Place a club on the ground to show you the target line. Take your normal set up, position a tee about 3 inches behind the ball and a little bit inside and thereafter position two more tees in a similar fashion. Move the ball back to the back most tee and start practicing. Watch the video for further instructions.

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