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Paul Gibson

Our course is closed with all the rain 😞

So I set up the alignment reload at my club driving range.

I had a great session fading and drawing the ball to my target.

I realized I was not trusting the target and getting flippy with my hands.

Focusing and trusting the direction really tightened my draws.

A major help with my Driver this session!

I’d love to see you use this set up with the Driver please Shawn!

Shawn Clement

Great feedback Paul, good stuff! See “important driver nugget” video and the “diagonal stance series” driver fade and draw

John Solinger

Hi Shawn,
Thank you for your hard work!
Tell me if I understand this correctly:
For the draw, you line up an IP a foot in front of the ball that would be straight at the target. Then when you are set to hit the ball, you are swinging out to the right edge of that IP which would make the swing direction appear 30 or so yards right of the target (from side vision)?
That is why you said you feel like you’re swinging to the right side of the bunker which is 30 or 40 yards right of the target from the side on view or the golfers view?

Shawn Clement

Exactly John! As you evolve with this, you start to get the gist of it and really enjoy trusting the arc-blur of the swing and simply let momentum track it in the direction you are set up in. Never stop taking intermediate points and never take alignment for granted as the side vision will get you faster than you can say double bogey! 😜😀

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