There are times on a golf course when you will need to play a shot with a lower trajectory, such as when you need to play underneath the branches of trees, or when there are very high winds.
When you play these shots, you’ll have to make a few alterations to your setup in order to encourage a lower ball flight.
Position your feet shoulder-distance apart, and position the ball further back in your stance than center. Doing this will force your club to hit the ball at a lower angle, with less loft. As well as minimizing loft, positioning the ball as such will result in a slice, and you must compensate for this by opening up your stance so that it is facing to the left of the target.
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