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What are some great golf hacks ?

Shutting down the face is an old-school hack that can be used with any club. Some people shut down the face of all their clubs. For a right-handed golfer, this means at the address you would rotate the club in a counterclockwise direction.
Your clubface will now be aiming well left of your typical setup.
This helps to keep the golf ball low and promote a draw.
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The opposite of what we just talked about is opening the face. This would be to rotate the club clockwise at the address. The clubface is now aiming well left of your typical setup. This promotes a higher ball flight and a fade for a right-handed golfer. Lob shots and escape shots of a fade or slicing golf ball are easier to execute with an open face.Every so often your golf ball may land on the green but roll out and settle against the first cut of fringe. This makes getting your putter on the golf ball a little difficult. You can still use the putter and take a steeper swing at the ball. However, using the putter here will almost always make your ball ‘jump’ off the surface. So, instead of using your putter, you can ‘putt’ with your lob wedge by slightly opening up the face and using a putting motion with the leading edge. This allows you to hit the center of the golf ball on a trajectory that will roll more true than your putter.This is another old school hack. When you find your golf ball above the hole faced with an extremely fast down hill putt, try this. Do everything you would normally do to hit the putt except move your sweet spot towards your body and use the ‘toe’ or end of the putter blade as your new sweet spot. The intention here is to not hit the sweet spot of your putter. A hit from the toe of your putter blade will still roll true…it will just roll out less than your sweet spot

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