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  • Ball Flights defined

    I've drawn up this graphic to help you with the various ball paths.


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    Re: Ball Flights defined

    Where's the pull-slice and push-hook? (Both end up pretty much on target)

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    • #3
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      The definition of a pull is a shot that starts left of the target line and finishes left of the target. A push is a shot that starts right of the target line and finishes right of the target line.pull-slice and push-hook are not common ball flight terms as far as I'm aware. Although there does seem to be many new terms making there way into the golfing vocabulary. I can see were you're coming from though and the ball flights would be as you describe. Nice one.

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      • #4
        Re: Ball Flights defined

        The only reason I ask is because I find myself hitting a pull-slice a couple times a round with my driver. So it's reasonable to think that if you can pull-slice, you can push-hook.

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        • #5
          Re: Ball Flights defined

          I think I posted a similar diagram early this year and suggested it something similar should be permanent on the site. The tutorial should also describe why each shot occurs so that people can get a better upstanding of their swing. e.g what the swing plane looks like and how they come into the ball etc.

          Good stuff
          Paul

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          • #6
            Re: Ball Flights defined

            You missed out a 'Sally Gunnel' where the ball flight is ugly but goes on and on down the target line, we call em 'pea-rollers' also.

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            • #7
              Re: Ball Flights defined

              count the lines at the top - there is 9

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              • #8
                Re: Ball Flights defined

                Everything is labelled - black up the middle is straight and the darker blue on the right is the push.

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                • #9
                  Re: Ball Flights defined

                  Time for a new machine!

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