Strike 3 Wood Better From The Ground Golf Swing Tip

Improve your 3 wood striking from the ground by changing ball position and angle of attack.

See how an online Golf Lesson with Michael can help your golf game……

Purchase an online Golf Lesson with Michael safely using PayPal through his website (scroll down to the bottom of web page)…..

Lesson Prices & Gift Vouchers

Subscribe To My Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMigimBIRQCYqo4PVvO0NSQ
Twitter – https://twitter.com/MNGolfCoach
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/mngolfcoach/?hl=en
E-mail – michael@lythamgolfacademy.co.uk
Website – www.michaelnewtongolf.co.uk

Reblogged 1 month ago from www.youtube.com

4 Comments

  1. Michael, once again you have produced a video that's both illuminating and thought provoking. Once upon a time I was a low handicap with a high swing speed. I'm a yank but lived for 14 years in North Yorkshire and played many links rounds; I carried a 13 degree 3 wood and, in windy conditions, played it well back and was still able to get good carry and tons of roll. Now at 69 I set my 3 wood at 14 degree and play it forward; I think because I do play it forward that maybe that is why my distance has dropped off substantially in the last 5 years. I am going to experiment with a further back ball position and a weaker loft. I have a JPX 900, 15 degree +/-2 with the weight all the way back. I think I will start at 16 degrees and then tweak the weight position. I have access to a studio with launch monitors; I will let you know my results. Thanks for the further education.

  2. Glad to see this video. When I play the ball forward, off my left heel, as you do at first, I hit topped shots and low slices. This is probably due to me not being able to get the weight sufficiently over my lead foot in time for the strike. When I play the ball off of my "shirt logo" as you later due, I make much better contact.

  3. Great points, Mike, that would benefit most golfers. I think it was GolfTec here in the states that presented data showing the average golfer hits 4-wood farther than 3-wood because, as you said, the extra loft keeps the ball in the air longer, as well as making it easier to launch the ball.

%d bloggers like this: