I was practising clubhead path change, into more of an in-to-out clubpath. This was something that my instructor told I should try to fix. Originally, when I started golf I had an in-to-out path, I think. But I must have adjusted it in order to avoid massive hooks.
I'll be playing on my membership course with my dad on saturday so hopefully I can replicate this draw-biased swing at the course somehow.
Mostly I was getting today...
-straight-hooks, ( not duck hooks, but high, straight, hooks )
- mild push draws
-maybe one straight-fade
it was sort of difficult to judge the spin, really. Reason being, that there was quite rippling sidewind, as I was able to observe with the range flags. Wind was going from right to left. (wind was pushing the balls even more left than normal)
I was hitting off a range mat, with mostly and 8-iron, and I simply put a range bucket to the right of the ball, and slightly more towards my body. The idea being, that I would try to take the club to the inside, at the takeaway, and also the same at the downswing. Idea being, to avoid hitting the bucket of course!
It was mildly positive feeling to have some control over the ball.