The most common reason for hitting a hook shot is found just before you begin your swing.
A strong grip is one of the biggest reasons for people who curve the ball from right to left.
The strong grip often results in the right hand moving to the right and facing away from the ball.
Why does my ball hook left?
The better player hooks the ball for one primary reason—their swing direction is too much from in to out, or out to the right. As a result, the clubface is closed relative to the path of the clubhead, which causes the ball to start relatively close to the target line and then curve wildly to the left.
Why do I keep hooking my golf shots?
Aim: Your clubface may be too closed. Grip: One or both of your hands may be twisted too far to the right. Check the V formed by your thumb and forefinger – it should be pointing inside your right shoulder, not outside. Ball position: The ball may be too far back in the stance.
Why is my golf ball going left?
It doesn’t curve, it just goes straight to the left. The impact conditions that cause a pull are a swing path that goes across the ball (outside-in) and a face angle that is aimed in the same direction as the path. The main causes of a pull are: A ball position that is too far forward in the stance.
How do you stop a hook in golf?
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