Golf Tips Irons Shanks


The ball flies violently right off the heel of the golf club face where it meets the shaft, a spot known as the hosel.

Check our list to identify your possible faults:

_40799854_grip_left_100_150.jpg Grip twisted too far to the left


  • Aim: Face may be a little open. (Titleist Scotty Cameron California Sonoma Putter )
  • Grip: Hands twisted a bit too far left causing the face to open.
  • Ball position: Might be too far back.
  • Stance: Not normally a factor. (Titleist Scotty Cameron California Sonoma Putter )
  • Body alignment: Feet and shoulders aiming too far left. (See above).   _40799860_weight_on_heels_100_150.jpg Keep weight on heels
  • Posture: Weight is usually positioned too much on the toes. Get on your heels.
  • Swing: A shank is an exaggerated swing path. Either you’re coming way too much from the inside or you’re really chopping across it. Just check your divots.
  • Golf coach tip: Put the weight on your heels, keep the clubface looking at ball for longer on the way back. Draw a black spot on the toe of the discount golf club and then as you’re coming down try and hit it out of that spot.



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