The shank - it's that dreaded word we all hate. The very prospect of hitting one of these horror shots fills us with fear. But why does it happen?
A shank occurs when the ball is struck off the bottom corner of the club near the hosel that joins the clubhead to the shaft. It sounds horrible, feels horrible and squirts straight right. So how do you stop it?
TG Top 12 Teacher Dan Frost has a simple drill using an old shoe box that you can rehearse to rid your game of this horror shot.
Watch this SOS Accuracy video tip to see how the anti-shank drill works...