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Video Tip: How to Stop Hitting the Ball Thin
Written By: Stuart Smith on Aug 21 2008
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Watch as Stuart discusses a few things you may be doing wrong if you're hitting the ball thin.

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Format: wvx
Duration: 01:17

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mcambrose said:

i agree with his explanation on items 2 and 3, but if you release your hands early, it usually makes you hit a fat rather than thin shot. Another way to consistently hit it thin is when the left arm gets active and tries to collapse or chicken wing and you come through the ball. This tends to pull the hands up. This is one that a lot of people have problems with because they are hitting at the ball rather than swinging through the ball.

August 22, 2008 12:46 PM

Sandwedge94954 said:

I am plagued with hitting thin shots. My biggest problem is my 3 wood off the fairway. I seem to get some progress actually trying to cut the shot.  Also I may be changing my plane angle but not sure how to detect this cause. Any suggestions?

August 25, 2008 2:53 PM

About Stuart Smith

Stuart Smith is one of the top golf instructors in the world teaching the likes of Miguel Angel Jimenez, Jose Maria Olazabal and Hall of Fame Member Seve Ballesteros.

He is a former player on the European Tour, PGA Member and representative for UST (United Sports Technologies) in Europe. Stuart also ran the sports marketing for TaylorMade golf for over 9 years and is a successful club designer for Masker Golf.

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