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Right To Left Dogleg


You have to hit on a dogleg that curves from right to left.


Of course, laying up is always a safe option. A dangerous choice would be to try to cut through it. Play smart and either layup or play along this curve by adjusting your aim and using a 3 wood for more control.


Setup in the left corner of the tee box to be closer to the corner of the dogleg. Aim your clubface to your target but aim your body to the right. You might want to consider teeing the ball high to help encourage a more shallow swing that curves from right to left with a softer landing.

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