How to play the ball below your feet

How to play the ball below your feet

The ball below the feet is never an easy shot to play so a few changes to the set-up position is a must – while you should also certainly consider altering which club you’re going to hit because of the slope and the shot shape.

Here, Andy Carlton - Head PGA Professional at Paisley Golf Club - runs through a quick drill on how to play the ideal shot in this situation.

From set-up position and grip, to weight, to stance, Andy has it all covered and explains how you can vastly improve your shot-making when the ball is below your feet.

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