You have been hitting the ball fat, topping, pulling, or slicing the ball and you need more power.
You push or top the ball when the ball is below your feet.
You tend to top your woods out in the fairway but not when teeing off.
You are slicing, topping the ball or hitting it thin because you teed the ball too low towards the ground.
You top the ball or hit above center with the clubhead traveling on too high a line resulting in a weak fade.
You hit a 3-iron off of the tee a little thin and off towards the right of a tight fairway.
You scoop the ball with your wedges in attempt to get the ball airborne but just the opposite happens. This causes you to hit the ball thin or fat.
You shank, top, or hit the ball thin because you jerk the club or the clubhead is taking an upswing instead of a downward blow.
You find yourself in greenside rough and want the ball to get up into the air. You might also have problems skulling shots from the rough because you only brush the top of the grass.
Slouching or ignoring proper posture at address causing you to move your body up and down, lose balance, distance, and take the club off the proper swing path. If your body is slouching or tipped to far forward, it will cause an open clubface for the ball to be pushed towards the right. …