is a slice / draw / hook / push / pull / fade?
slice is a curving shot with a lot of sidespin which sends the ball
left to right rather than straight. The clubface will be open several
degrees in relation to the path.
is a shot with minimal sidespin resulting in a slight right to left
travel at the end of the ball's flight. The clubface is closed a
few degress at impact with a straight club path. The slight sidespin
means that as the ball slows at the end of its flight, the sidespin
takes over and draws the ball from right to left. This is the opposite
of a fade.
opposite of a slice, with the clubface closed more than a few degrees
relative to the path.
term is used for a ball whose flight path is straight, with very
little sidespin, and the ball ends up to the right of the target.
of a push. The ball will end up to the left of the target.
sidespin, causing a straight shot to travel left to right at the
end of the ball's flight.
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