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golftips.golfweek.com/difference-between-draw-fade-golf-20621.html

Draws and fades are shots featuring controlled movements of the golf ball. A draw curves from the player's right to his left (for a right-handed golfer) while a fade ...

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Sep 5, 2013 ... The easiest way to fade the golf ball with Meandmygolf PGA Professionals Piers Ward and Andy Proudman.

www.thoughtco.com/fade-or-fade-shot-in-golf-1560840

Apr 2, 2017 ... A "fade" or "fade shot" in golf is a shot in which the golf ball curves gently to the right (for a right-handed golfer) during its flight. A fade that is ...

www.golfdigest.com/story/how-to-hit-long-fades-rickie-fowler

Rickie-Fowler-How-To-Hit-Fade.jpg. How to Hit Rickie's Sneaky Long Fade. You can play left to right and still bomb it. March 24, 2015. Facebook · Pinterest.

www.mygolftutor.com/how-to-hit-a-fade-in-golf-like-a-pro

Learning how to hit a fade in golf isn't as hard as some might think if you use these techniques. Hitting a fade can help ones golf game.

practical-golf.com/which-is-better-a-fade-or-a-draw

There is an endless debate over which shot shape is better, the fade or the draw. Some will argue that the fade is better because it provides more control, and ...

www.golfchannel.com/topics/instruction/fade.htm

Tips and drills on how to hit a fade from Golf Channel's top instructions, featuring Michael Breed and Martin Hall.

www.golf.com/instruction/straighten-your-weak-slice

A gentle fade — as opposed to a wicked slice — can be a great shot to have. But if you're hitting it when you don't want to, it's because the clubface is slightly ...

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I've covered two different methods for hitting a fade shot in golf. The method in the video below is generally easier for most golfers. It doesn't offer as much ...

blog.trackmangolf.com/draw-or-fade-to-maximize-distance

Apr 15, 2016 ... I have heard from students that “draws go further than fade,” but I've always wondered if this was really true when I first started teaching.