There’s a time and a place for lower-trajectory shots, plus you’ll generally get more roll – especially in windy conditions. The key is to simply have your hands and weight more forward.
You still want to achieve a “steady head,” a “flat left wrist,” and a “weight forward swing”. You of course hit down on the ball with your hands forward and this means that you use less loft – which results in more spin, a lower trajectory and more roll!
As with any golf shot, hitting the sweet-spot is key to having a good solid shot, all good players hit the sweet spot with regularity.
If you choose to have a lower trajectory shot, then keep your head centered, maintain a flat left wrist, keep the pressure on your left (weight forward on downswing) and keep your hands in front of the ball!
Hit Lower Trajectory shots for more roll!
Having a hard time controlling the path of your clubhead? Or do you think the club goes straight back and straight through? Take a look at this and learn how to control the path!
Thanks to Bill Cuebas, Go Live Golf and GOLFinHD for this video.
Check out this video discussing how the wrists work during a golf swing.