Shot Shaping Golf Tips

How To Hit a Fade, a Draw or Keep It Low

You’ll find that most golf courses feature at least a few holes that require you to fade or draw the golf ball…

And how many times have you found yourself in a bit of trouble off the tee and the only path to the green is a fade or a draw around some middle-distance obstacle?

Shot-shaping is not just reserved for single-figure handicappers and professionals. Higher handicappers can hit consistent. controllable draw and fade shots by making some simple adjustments to their set up and swing thoughts.

The tips and lessons below will help you hit the ball right to left or vice versa.

Fade & Draw Shot Tips

How To Draw The Golf Ball (Easier Method)

Here’s how to draw the golf the ball by making some simple changes to your set up. I recommend this method for mid to high handicappers…

How To Draw A Golf Ball (Better Players Method)

This method of drawing the golf ball gives you a little more control over the flight. Suitable for better players…

How To Fade The Golf Ball (Easier Method)

Here’s how you can fade the golf the ball by making changes to your set up. This method is suitable for mid to high handicappers…

How To Fade A Golf Ball (Better Players Method)

This method of fading the golf ball gives you a little more control over the flight. Suitable for better players…

How To Hit Low Golf Shots

Blocked out by trees? Need to hit the ball low underneath overhanging branches? Here’s how it’s done…