As Moe Norman used to say “Bacon slices not Pork Chops!”
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Moe Norman was a Canadian professional golfer who was regarded by all who saw him as the greatest ball-striker EVER! One of Moe’s famous sayings was “Bacon slices, not Pork Chops!” Of course, he was referring to the divots he hit. A great ball striker comes into the ball with a fairly shallow angle of attack and hits nice shallow divots. If you come into the ball too steeply, you produce a very deep divot that results in the ball traveling to the left of the target (for right-handed golfers). Andy Proudman and Piers Ward of Meandmygolf use a wall as a visual aid to help that downswing!
In this weeks Fixed in 60 Me and My Golf PGA Professional Piers Ward demonstrates a golf drill using the WALL to help shallow the downswing and stopping those deep divots.
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