Hybrids and utility clubs are becoming more and more prevalent in golf, but fairway woods still play an essential role. In certain situations, they are irreplaceable. Hitting crisp shots with fairway woods consistently, on the other hand, often stumps the average golfer.
While most golfers can handle hitting fairway woods off a tee, they are lost when the ball is resting flat in the fairway. Staring at your ball in the short grass with a wood in hand can be intimidating.
Much of that is mental. It’s hard to visualize your beefy fairway wood head being able to sweep under the ball. Driver-sized fairway woods in the modern game only make this problem worse.
Fortunately, hitting consistent, flush fairway woods is not as hard as it seems. Not even close. All you need to do is master a few fundamentals. That’s why we put together this video with the help of our Top 100 Teachers. In just 57 seconds you can learn the few simple keys to transforming your fairway wood game.
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