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makersmark1
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Out of nowhere: push, fade, hard right
Perfect lie.

Wedge in hand.

Ball finished 50 yards right of target and well short.

I was not able to replicate move.


bopper50
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re: Out of nowhere: push, fade, hard right
Hips spun out first


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reauxl tigers
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re: Out of nowhere: push, fade, hard right
Your weight might be on your heals. That's always the first thing I check. Needs to be more on the balls of your feet. Also just make sure the ball isn't too far back in your stance.


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Mingo Was His NameO
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re: Out of nowhere: push, fade, hard right
You queefed it.


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BabyTac
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re: Out of nowhere: push, fade, hard right
May be diving into the ball instead of staying behind it and getting around causing you to hit it with a slightly open club face.


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makersmark1
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re: Out of nowhere: push, fade, hard right
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May be diving into the ball instead of staying behind it and getting around causing you to hit it with a slightly open club face


I think this is sort of what happened. I was only carrying 8 clubs so I was trying to get a little more out of that 48 degree wedge. I think I got up on my toes some.

In retrospect, I should have hit a punch 9 as there were no hazards short.


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CoachChappy
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re: Out of nowhere: push, fade, hard right
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Ball finished 50 yards right of target and well short.


It’s called a gay fade. You shifted your weight and didn’t come back
This post was edited on 7/21 at 6:34 am


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HoLeInOnEr05
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re: Out of nowhere: push, fade, hard right
Front hip slid toward target instead of turning.


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elprez00
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re: Out of nowhere: push, fade, hard right
Mine shows up when I start a lazy out/in swing. Shoulders aren’t turning into my back swing so I take the club away from my body. Saps the power out of my swing and usually make impact with a slightly open face which over exaggerates the slice.

Bad pet is I know I’m doing it and can’t seem to stop it.


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TaderSalad
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re: Out of nowhere: push, fade, hard right
Probably the makings of a shank. Maybe caught it just outside the hosel and it flew hard right. Weight might've gotten over your toes and pushed the club path over a half inch or so.


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