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I’m a RH player and have gone thru the position videos and still have a question on hitting shots on hills / significant slopes. When the ball is above the feet / laying on the side of a hill, 9 out 10 times, the ball goes significantly left of target. My thinking is the natural loft the club, when hitting off the side of the hill, will naturally send it left, versus straight up in the air. Same question will ball below feet and the tendency that ball will go right of target. Thank you.

Shawn Clement

This is when you want to use the prediction process BASED ON AN ACTION THAT IS THROUGH to the target. With ball above feet, and your balance is shaky, and you release AT THE BALL, it will go left for sure.
If you stay balanced and through, with prediction that your club face is closed enough to deliver to the target with ball below feet, it will fly true and not go right. There videos, together with “the goldie locks series” and “predict contact” will get you to where you need to go. 😀👍

Thanks for the explaination. What do I change when the ball is above my feet und the slop is uphill or downhill?

When you plan to hit a draw, and you say close the face a little, how do you do that? Do you use a stronger grip (see 4 knuckles of left hand)? Or something else like use the standard 3 knuckles and really close the club face at address? Thanks.

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