Cure For Pull Shots: Set-Up

Thanks for previewing this video. Please upgrade your account to Pro to finish watching and get unlimited access over 1,000+ training videos. Click here to see all of the other perks you'll receive as a GolfLink Pro!
OK
Cure For Pull Shots: Set-Up
Category: Pull Shots
Sub-Category: Address/Set-Up, Swing Drills
Other videos in the series Cure Your Pull Shot with Chuck Cook:

Video Transcript

Video Golf Tip | Cure For Pull Shots: Set-Up

One of the most common causes of that pull shot simply occurs in the set up. People that pull shots tend to set up with the right side too high. That is, the right shoulder is too high and the right hip is too high so that the right hip is too far over the right foot. What you would like to have happen is you would like to set up with your left side higher than your right so that as you make your swing around that angle the club will tend to swing more inside out. So when you get that set up we call that a Reverse K where the left side is higher than the right, the left side looks like it is in a straight line and the right side looks like it is indented. A good exercise to help you get that feeling is to set up next to your golf bag. Just put your foot your knee and your hip next to your golf bag. This makes the left side real long and tall and sets the right side underneath more. As you make your turn around that spine angle your swing will go more inside out and thereby eliminate that pull shot.

About the Instructor
Chuck Cook
Chuck Cook
Chuck Cook Golf Academy
Spicewood, TX 78669
Tel: 512-329-4000

Chuck Cook is instructor to such PGA Tour greats as Payne Stewart, Tom Kite, and Corey Pavin. He is listed as one of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers and Golf Digest's #9 instructor in the world.


ACTIVITY FEED

Cliff E.  just went PRO!

Curtis R.  just went PRO!

Eric E.  Scored 87 at  River Islands Kodak, Tennessee

Rob H.  just went PRO!

Andy A.  just went PRO!

View Activity Feed

Video of the Day
Sidehill Lies Watch Video>>

Nearby Tee Time HOT Deals!

Saturday, Feb 24 to Thursday, Mar 01

Working on Your Golf Game Learn the process of developing a good golf swing and practice swinging
Where Power Comes From There are four sources of power in your swing: the wrists, the arms, the pivot and your ability to syncronize and time the movements
How Swing Plane and Club Path Relate Follow the correct club path through the swing plane

Find a Golf Course

Please enter some search criteria.
Popular Golf Courses
Top 100 Courses Book Tee Times