Stemming from last week’s drill on fixing your pull with the Double Shaft Path Fixer Drill, here is another version of the drill that will help you with your block. The only difference is the placement of the shafts.

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his time the far shaft should be placed slightly closer to the hole, whereas the shaft closest to you is slightly further away. The same rules apply for the distance between the shafts and more importantly safety. Perform this drill very slowly, until you are certain of your new swing path.

Be extra careful when performing this drill to cure your block; a block stems from an in to out swing path. Encourage an out to in swing path can lead to you coming over-the-top, practice this drill in small amounts to avoid more problems with your swing.

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2 Thoughts on “Double Shaft Path Fixer Drill

  1. Can you fix this tip. I’d like to see what you’re talking about.

    Thanks.

  2. TheGolfDrillGuru on October 12, 2010 at 4:39 am said:

    Hey JT sorry – I got the pic back up. Here is the original post as well that this drill was referencing.

    http://www.sirshanksalot.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=78:double-shaft-drill-fix-your-pull&catid=40:how-to-fix-your-pull&Itemid=81

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