Question 4: How Do You Take Divots in Front of the Ball?
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Chuck Evans explains how you need to be striking downward, with your weight forward and a flat left wrist, in order to take divots in front of the ball.

From: Webinar Archive - 5 Fundamentals that Every Player Needs : #4 Sweet-Spot Path

In this month's webinar, filmed at the Gold Canyon Golf Resort, Arizona, Chuck Evans continues his discussion and demonstration of the five fundamentals that every player needs, this time focusing on the fourth in the series, Sweet-Spot Path.

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From: Webinar Archive - 5 Fundamentals that Every Player Needs : #4 Sweet-Spot Path
Through demonstration and discussion, Chuck Evans defines the Sweet-Spot Path as the path the sweet-spot of the club takes during the stroke, and explains that it is different from swing plane. He then gives a preview of next month's webinar.

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