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Henrik Stenson - Tips for Using 3-Wood Off the Tee (Sep 25, 2013)

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Henrik Stenson - Tips for Using 3-Wood Off the Tee (Sep 25, 2013)


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golfninja : One of Stenson's problems of old (obviously just speaking relatively here as he's a great player) when he was going through a lean spell (again just speaking about Golf not his off course financial investment problems, good to see he last 2 wins certainly sorted him out in that regard!) his forward press which he always uses as the trigger had got to be such a big move forward with the hands before he went back is that it then gave him too much of a forward leaning shaft presenting extremely low dynamic loft through impact & with the driver having the least loft anyway it made it extremely difficult to get a decent launch angle & required spin rate to keep it on line and flight it well, which is why he nearly always used the 3 metal as whichever loft he used 14, 13, 12 degs 3 metal at least that gave him still some dynamic loft at impact even though it was 10 degs and under, the reason why he hits a 3 metal so far. You can see from old swings of some years ago to now although he still uses a forward press it's nowhere near as exaggerated as it was back then, so now he can begin to use the driver again and get much better results. Presents better dynamic loft at impact with all his Clubs now because he cut the forward press down so gets much better optimum launch angles and spin rates now when he gets his rhythm & timing working he's long, accurate & consistent and it's hard for anyone to get near him if his putters hot too.
johngolfi : It is really intresting, I mean i'm not entirely sure when the D-plane came up, three years ago more or less and yes moving the ball back promotes a draw and ball forward fade vice versa. However just becasue some smart guys came up with the D-plane dosen't mean the "old" ways no longer work. I can hit a draw just fine moving the ball up in the stance with a shut clubface or moving the ball back with a in to out path. So just because D-palne is a fact the "old" tricks just dosen't stop working..
qdE uä : I don't get why you would move the ball up in the stance to hit a draw, obviously if you are hitting the ball on the up you need to swing more to the right to counteract the path. It would make more sense to me to move the ball back in the stance to draw it with a 3 wood. I have seen Sean Foley do this with one of his students and it does move the path to the right. And btw What Claude says at 3:25 is just a load of crap
Yao Ming : there are tones of variables. if you're a righty and move the ball more forward in the stance, your hands will naturally rotate (if you're hitting from the inside of the ball), thus causing a right to left side spin. however, if you have a very weak grip and hit the ball the same way, it's probably not going to draw. honestly, each player is different and there is not one way to hit a draw. you can have it back in the stance with a strong grip and draw it. you just have to know your style.
Sean H : All that matters is path, angle of attack is a result of the hand path and club path relationship. If the club is closed to your club path (whether moving ball back and squaring clubface, or moving ball up and relasing hands) it will draw. Henrick does his a less popular way on the tour, but $10mil shows it works for him
qdE uä : Fully aware of that, but increasing the angle of attack which moving the ball back in the stance often does create a outward path which you need if you want to draw the ball. Justin Rose talked about this in his clinic, when he wants to draw the ball he moves the ball back in the stance.
qdE uä : If you know anything about D-plane, you would know that hitting the ball earlier in the circle (increasing the angle of attack) tends to move the path to the right, the sweet-spot tends to be pointing to the right when the attack angle gets steeper. That is why it makes more sense to move the ball back in the stance if you want to draw it and vice versa. Obviously to hit a draw, the path needs to be to the right of the target and that change in angle of attack can help you produce that result.
schmugglinger10 : he is such a laid back guy... by far the best player in the world in summer of 2013

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