Stop Topping Your Fairway Woods

By SwingxSwing
Tuesday January 17th, 2017 8:13 am EST

The problem most amateurs have when they step up to a shot with their fairway wood is that they try to lift the ball into the air, resulting in a bad body position at impact and an embarassing top. Paul Wilson explains how your body fights against crushing a fairway wood, and tells you how swinging a little bit easier with better weight shift can be the solution to your problems.

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