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How to hit a draw

A draw in golf is, for a right-hander, a shot where the ball starts right of the target and moves left in the air back onto the target line. The draw is viewed by most as a thing of beauty with terms such as "a lovely draw" or "a baby draw" often used to describe this most sought after flightpath.

However, for many golfers the ability to draw the ball is much more of an aspiration than an actuality so learning how to hit a draw will require work. This work though is well worth the effort because, among other benefits, this shape of shot works well in most wind directions and promotes more distance. The guidance and instruction included in the videos listed in this section will help you learn how to hit a "lovely draw".

Drawing an Iron Against the Wind

How to hit a draw in a right to left wind

With Luke Donald

Golf Legend Gary Player shows you how to hit a draw. He explains one of the most common faults amateurs have and how adjusting for that will help you hit a draw.

Golf Legend Gary Player explains one of the amateur golfers main faults and how fixing this will help you hit a draw.

With Gary Player

Golf Guru Mark Crossfield gives you a drill to understand the fundementals of hitting a draw shot.

Mark Crossfield gives you a simple drill to teach you the fundamentals of hitting a draw shot.

With Mark Crossfield

Alistair Davies explains what a draw is and explains how to hit this shot.

Alistair Davies explains how to hit a draw by just changing setup.

With Alistair Davies

Pete Styles explains what a draw shot is and how to hit one. This is his easier method, so maybe best to start with this one.

Pete Styles explains what a draw shot is and an easy method for hitting one.

With Pete Styles

Josh Zander gives us some tips and drills on how to hit your driver straighter.

Josh Zander gives us some great insight into swing path and how you can use it to hit your driver straighter.

With Josh Zander

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