May 18, 2018 at 07:24 PM
By Abby L., Team Titleist Staff
Abby L., Team Titleist StaffProvidence, RI
Hey Team Titleist!
We've been sharing some of our favorite tips from PGA Professional Matt Barr on our social media channels, and I wanted to post one of my favorites to date, here.
Take this tip from PGA Professional @MattBarrPGA with you to the course this weekend: In setup, keep your woods in the middle of your body to help ensure a shallow angle of attack on the way through. Use your â€œIron Ball Positionâ€ as a reference point. #TeamTitleist pic.twitter.com/kBNtpGgEmk— Titleist (@Titleist) May 18, 2018
Take this tip from PGA Professional @MattBarrPGA with you to the course this weekend: In setup, keep your woods in the middle of your body to help ensure a shallow angle of attack on the way through. Use your â€œIron Ball Positionâ€ as a reference point. #TeamTitleist pic.twitter.com/kBNtpGgEmk
Matt suggests keeping your woods in the middle of your body in setup, to help ensure a shallow angle of attack on the way through. Use your “Iron Ball Position” as a reference point. I love this piece of advice because it's something simple enough for me to take from the range to the golf course.
As always, make sure you're following along on our Titleist social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter), and while you're at it, give Matt a follow, too!
All the best,
AbbyTeam Titleist Staff
Chuck ZMt Pleasant, SC
May 18, 2018 at 07:59 PM
Does this go for Hybrids too?
Tom BSun City, AZ
May 18, 2018 at 10:47 PM
Great post Abby, will sure to test it more.
I do however have a slight question, when i started last year i couldnt really get my irons to work so i relied mostly on my woods, due to the fact that i am normally more of a sweeper.
As of last week I upgraded one of my woods to a 917f2 13,5 and man balls going 235-245 meters carry. However pretty much no roll out. So this got me thinking on hitting more down by omving ball a bit more center. Also I got a new set off 718cbs aswell and wanted to get the most out off them so I started training me to hit down, however noticing myself when I start hitting down with the new 3wood I get can’t really get it up. As with my ball foward sweeping style I even blast the diaman D+ 80 to the moon.
Is there something I am missing or not getting right from your post.
As said will be testing more.
Will also be sure to consult my pro on this but was wondering if you or anyone of the TT community have any tips.
Thank you for the amazing content!
Michael JCOrwell, VT
Fred CMansfield, TX
ben lCumming, GA
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Dwayne NIsland, KY
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