Hit A Power Fade

Mark Blackburn

Mark Blackburn

SwingU Master Faculty, Golf Magazine Top-100, Golf Digest Top-50 in America, No. 1 in Alabama

In order to hit a fade, we can optimize our backswing to produce our desired ball flight. Going position by position, we can see that by breaking down the backswing piece by piece, our major change comes between P2 (club shaft parallel with the ground) and P3 (lead arm parallel with the ground) in which we lay the club off a bit to create a more over-the-plane path into the ball.

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