In order to fix golf hook you will need to understand what causes the golf hook. Once you understand why the hook happens, you can make an educated decision on the following drills that can help you.
This fix a golf hook drill derived from Andy Plummer and Mike Bennett is great for the golfer who swings a a path too far in to out.
Plummer and Bennett claim that if you stand up too fast right before impact, it causes the path of the club to approach too far in to out. If you stand up too quickly your club will hit the box. If you visualize swinging your hands far away from your head during the downswing, it should help to fix the hook that occurs.
Assuming that your left arm is not diving straight down and your right arm is becoming stuck, the karate chop drill is also excellent in eliminating the duck hook.
When the right arm becomes too flexed or the distance between two elbows narrow then there is a good chance your upper spine will tilt away from your target and cause the path to come from inside.
One of the biggest problems golfers face with an in to out path is the belief of shifting the weight to the back foot. Doing this will likely set your upper spine tilted away from target influencing you to slide to your back foot.
To fix this you will need to stay centered.
Ensuring that you stacked your centers correctly your chances of coming from inside will now be slim.
By improving your clubface aim at address you are then lessening the chance to bring the clubface back to impact closed.
Hopefully by following these fix golf hook drills you won't be spending any more time in the woods until hunting season.
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