How to Take a Divot
When you take a good strip of earth up as your club strikes the ball—a divot—it’s a good indication that you made a good swing. Like all things golf, the key to success is in the details, in this case: your sternum. Watch Mel Sole identify the common problem with this type of shot and describe how you can improve this important aspect of your game.
Related golf tips:
- Golf Pitching Fundamentals, Part 3: Hitting Out Of a Divot
- Hitting Out Of a Divot
- The “Tomahawk” Shot