Hitting The Low Stinger Punch Golf Shot


Hitting The Low Stinger Punch Golf Shot
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20 thoughts on “Hitting The Low Stinger Punch Golf Shot

  1. I'm sry bt how is 100 mph clubhead speed "Gentle"? haha, I hit around 95-98 with a 7-iron, havent tried on trackman/flightscope with any other.

  2. Important to keep in mind the upper body generates a lot more power than a normal golf swing. Forward pressed hands plus not turning over the hands over thru impact (keeping firm left wrist) is important if your ball flight is curving to the left. Good way to gauge if you are doing this if at follow thru when the club is extended, the toe of the club remains to the right of the heel until the club makes its way around the body…this way you know the path of the ball should not be headed left of center. hope that helps!

  3. According to your shots. How you are no a tour pro? Whats the difference between them and you? Please answer.

  4. Just come across this video, yes i do know it was posted a while ago ,. so am I to believe by having more shaft lean that will deloft the club & with added ball position being back in the stance depending on club choice then the trajectory will be low???

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