Ball starts to the right and curves further right, for a right handed golfer.
GRIP TOO WEAK, BALL TOO FAR BACK, CHICKEN WING, RHYTHM, BALANCE
GRIP TOO WEAK the hands rotated too far to the left at address will influence the
clubface to be open at impact. Rotate both hands to the right until you find your neutral grip.
BALL POSITION TOO FAR BACK will rotate your swing plane to the right and influence
the shoulders to be closed coming into impact ball will be influenced to the right. Move the ball towards the left arm pit
until you find your neutral ball position.
CHICKEN WING: allow the clubface to square through impact by rotation of the
forearms and clubface. The correct plane on the downswing and fundamentally sound grip will allow this to happen.
RHYTHM is the swings lubricant, allowing the time for the sequence of your swings
mechanics to take place, let the swing flow smoothly at an even pace back and through.
BALANCE is the key to consistency of your swing. Perfect balance is achieved all the
way from balanced set up through to a perfectly balanced finish.