Having a stock ball flight will always be beneficial. If you are a drawer or fader of the golf ball, going back to that flight under pressure will give you the best results. However, you will benefit from having the ability to work the ball both directions.
Travis Fulton has an easy drill illustrated by using a hula hoop that will help you to visualize your club path through impact, thus allowing you to hit the ball straight, left-to-right and right-to-left.
How to work the ball with a fade or draw when you need to!
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Learning how to hit a fade or draw at will can certainly take your game to the next level. The ability to move the ball in the air to either go around something like a tree or bush or to work the ball into a tough pin position definitely makes you a better player. Here, Travis Fulton, Director of Education for all TOUR Academy facilities and is Head Instructor for the PGA TOUR Golf Academy at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla., explains how to do this with the help of a hula hoop!
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