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Golf Tips #9 06-23-13

IN THIS WEEKS GOLF HEADQUARTER'S GOLF TIPS SEGMENT CLUB PRO MIKE CROSSER TEACHES HORACE BROWN HOW PUTTING THE GOLF BALL FORWARD OR BACK IN YOUR STANCE WILL DETERMINE HOW HIGH OR LOW YOU HIT IT.
(Horace)  So one of my deals is do should I put the ball a little bit further back in my stance
(Mike)  If you want to hit it lower yes.
(Horace)   If I want to hit it lower.
(Mike)  Yes.  Now do you understand why?. 
(Horace)   No.
(Mike)  Okay here's the maximum point where that club should hit this ball right here.  That's the maximum when you're coming down you're hitting here and it should go up from there.  That's the maximum point.  If you want to hit it higher you move it here.  Because now I move my ball position to where I'm starting my up swing already so I'm gonna chance this loft from a 50 degree loft to about a 51 or 52.  Because I'm already starting my up swing with it.  If I want to hit lower than I move than I'm gonna move it back here and I'll move the ball back. And instead of hitting my maximum point right here now I'm dragging it so this not a 50 degree loft It's about a 47 or 46.  Cause now I'm not at maximum point yet. 
(Horace)  Oh okay.
(Mike)  So I'm dragging my hands a bit lower to get through it.
(Horace)  So essentially a little.
(Mike)  Essentially I try to play it off your zipper.  unless you hit it real real high and we can chance your foot position.  Okay.  Again make sure that club sits really flat.  You use all the surface area of that club.  Good.  Good!

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