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Who Should Be Using a Draw Biased Golf Club?

The most common problem to plague most golfers is a slice. This is something which will cause most people to line up their shot way to the left of the target so that they will at least get close. This is a sad state of affairs because simply compensating for a slice in this way will still bring you no closer to the target. You might be in the fairway, but you are many yards shorter than you would have actually been able to hit the ball if you only hit the ball true. This is why some will consider purchasing a draw biased driver.

There are a few different things to keep in mind before buying a draw biased driver. You should see a swing coach before you make the purchase because there might be something easily correctable about your swing which will make the purchase not necessary. Those who have been swinging with a slice for years might benefit the most from this kind of driver. Of course, no matter what, you should hit a few different drivers before you purchase anything.

See a Swing Coach

Before you purchase anything, it is a good idea to see an unbiased swing coach. They will be able to tell you what kind of a swing you have and whether you will actually benefit from buying this kind of a club. They will be able to look at your swing and how you are lining up on the ball to see whether a small change can be made so that you will be able to hit the ball true without the purchase of a specialty club. These will often be on a per hour basis and will generally cost as much as you would have paid to get the new driver.

Integrated Swings

Those who have been playing golf for a long time and have always had a slice will benefit from using these kinds of clubs. The draw biased driver will use a technology which will actually cause a spin on the ball so that instead of pushing the ball to the left it will actually make it spin in that direction. This kind of spin will help in making sure that the ball will be able to fly a straight path rather than landing in the woods.

Trying the Clubs

Before you purchase anything, it is a good idea to make sure that you are testing them out. Most golf retailers will allow you to try out all of the different clubs that they have on the floor. This way, you will be able to see if they are actually going to help you to hit the ball better or if they are a waste of money. Since all clubs are weighted differently, it is common that you will need to make sure that they will actually be able to help you to swing through the ball rather than across the ball.

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