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Dennis Veasley

29 thoughts on “HOW TO HIT A DRAW SHOT IN GOLF – PGA TOUR SWING TIPS”

  1. Great video Adam on how to draw a shot in golf. BTW where can I get one of those magnet things you put on the face.. looks like it might be helpful. Thanks!

  2. dear Adam, what I really like about you videos is bringing the base instruction and, thats what is the added value, the message that one has to experiment to find your own "swing way".
    I would appreciate some tips on how one can use e.g. a draw / fade in course management..
    thanks for all the good stuff….

  3. Hi Adam. I would like to that you so much. I done a ton of your drills at the range by my house but never actually played on a golf course. My first 9 hole course was in Hilton Head on the Pga course. I shot a 56 on a 36 par for my first time ever playing. That's really bad but I think that's pretty good for my first time ever playing 9 holes and again it was on the PGA course in Hilton Head.

  4. Hi Adam, you are by far my favourite Golf Youtube channel, you have really made a difference to my game because you break things down and explain each step like no one else can 🙂 I only wished I lived closer so that I could get lessons in person from you haha . Thanks for yet another amazing high quality Golf lesson.

  5. Adam this is a dangerous video for a recovering snap hooker that has been sober for a year now. I tried not to watch this but your content has been great I couldn't resist.

  6. I like your style of teaching and when you use a example player you slow the move down so I can see it and feel it thank you I'm now subscribed by the way whee are you from? do I detect a little bit of Rory Thanks again. Don Mooney

  7. Hey very nice videos. Why do you prefer this method to simply align the body where you want to start, swing in that direction and point the club face where you want to finish? It allows you to make a bigger draw or fade?

  8. Fairplay, I didn't really give you a chance but after watching this video you've helped me massively, I've seen videos from Mark Crossfield, Rick shiels etc etc and couldn't really grasp the "draw" shot but I have with you……..I'm no Dustin yet but to see my first proper draw which I played for today was great and it's sunk in. The one key point which is the best point and I've only seen you say this "small scale first" IT WORKS. Thankyou very much, Patrick from U.K Wales

  9. love his videos. I take a lot of lessons, and i think to really draw it, one needs to fork out the money and get a certified pga instructor to help. You do things in your swing that no youtube video instructor can see. i highly recommend learning from these videos the Theory of drawing. But without a proper good instructor watching you, you will never know what you do that keeps you from drawing. Get a lesson!!!!

  10. Fantastic videos Adam, in my view, you are an excellent golf instructor, You seem to make it so uncomplicated, I can see I will have to subscribe soon, very really helpful stuff, Thank you, Brad Melbourne Australia.

  11. Great instructions. To those of us watching, I'd recommend a camera behind you to compare what you're taught in the video to what you're doing swinging and imitating Adam in this video. It's not easy getting a swing plane correct when you can't see yourself.

  12. I can tell you from experience that what you are showing is not going to work and indeed it's going to fail badly. In fact if you look at what Lehman is doing at 2:55–3:05, he's doing the exact opposite of what you're saying. You are talking about the clubface angle to the shot line and ignoring the fact that his body is closed and the relation of the clubface with his hands at impact. Yes he's "hitched-up" a little but he's still closed to the ball and he's whipped his wrists & accelerated the clubface while swinging inside to out so that at impact his club is with his hands, the face is neutral to target ("a few degrees closed" seriously it's pointed at target & you are hair-splitting) & the swing is dramatically in to out. Your method is going to end with a cut-shot whose severity depends on how late the players' hands are, not a powerful draw with a nice driving arc to target and an extra 30-50 yards on the shot.

    Biggest problem here is that you not relying on the video to prove the point, you're trying to talk through the video. If you'd just watch what Lehman is doing instead of trying to tell people what he's doing, you'd see this very clearly. The video speaks for itself. All you can do is get the message right or wrong and here you got it wrong. By the way Tiger undoubtedly hit that shot right. His swingline was very clearly out to in with a neutral clubface at impact. There is no way that he got a fade on that shot. But the only way to know for sure would be to see the entire shot, not just the first 10ms of it.

  13. Does this not require a swing from farther inside? In your Lehman example, his arms look much closer to his hips than a normal swing & that's why the body has to move forward to allow enough room for the club to come from the inside. If you aim your body to the line you want the ball to start, keep the face square as if you were hitting a straight shot & swing the direction your body is aimed, will that also cause a draw? Thanks.

  14. Another video from Adam where I'm basically inspired by how articulate he is, and how his explanations are so much better executed, and easier to understand than 99% of what you see on youtube. #fact

  15. Great video. I'm in the process of re-discovering the natural draw shot I had when I played as a kid and the tip about 'tucking your tail' was both funny, and helpful. Will be trying this at the range next time.

  16. Adam- when I work on getting the hands in front of the ball at impact, many times I shank the ball right. What would cause that? I don’t have an over the top swing, but am somehow still coming across the ball.

  17. Hi, thanks for this, but could you also explain the placement of the ball as regards to stance? Conventional wisdom is have the ball back a bit.

  18. Okay, I have been trying to learn a draw for last few weeks now. I have read, and watched other videos and for some reason I just couldn't wrap my head around the swing path and target lines. The magnet on the club helped so much in just simple visualization. I think I finally understand! Now, lets see if I can actually try it out.

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