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Sunday, December 08, 2019

One of the keys to hitting good Fairway Wood shots is a shallower angle of attack.
That is made easier if you ensure you have a wide take-away.
On the range, practise a slower, wider and more even tempo swing.


If you’d like to be able to come to the golf course, even if you haven’t played for a while, and know that you’ll still hit Fairways,
and be able to then attack greens with your short and mid-Irons, then you want a swing: with athletic posture;
an effective upper body turn; balance and weight movement; and a good swing path.
All within the reach of most golfers.


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