Fault fixer: Hooked drives

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This destructive tee shot is usually caused by the clubface being excessively closed to the path of the club at impact. A simple way to combat this is to get the club coming into the ball more from the outside or get the clubface more open during the swing, as TG Elite Pro Gareth Johnston explains in this golf video tip.

A slight cupping of the left wrist during the takeaway is all that’s required to open the clubface and help prevent that dreaded snap hook.