By Seán Hawker
Take up a normal position with the usual alignment and choice of grip. Move your feet so that they are aiming right of the target. The angle of your feet will depend on a variety of factors such as your swing. To start off with, adjust them so that they are between 10–20 degrees to the right, but experiment with different angles.
Next, aim your clubface so that it’s directly lined up with the target. There is nothing different about the rest of the shot, swing as you normally would, while keeping your head down and follow through correctly.
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