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Welcome

to the De Zalze
Golf Club

de zalze golf club stellenbosch

Designed by

Peter Matkovich, making the most of the sweeping views of
the mountains and Blaauwklippen River

de zalze golf club stellenbosch

Hosts

of The World Amateur
Team Championships

de zalze golf club stellenbosch

Set within

the De Zalze Winelands
Golf Estate

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De Zalze originated from

Groote Zalze, Kleine Zalze and
De Vleie

de zalze golf club stellenbosch
de zalze golf club stellenbosch
de zalze golf club stellenbosch
de zalze golf club stellenbosch
de zalze golf club stellenbosch
de zalze golf club stellenbosch
de zalze golf club stellenbosch
de zalze golf club stellenbosch

Diagnosing and fixing a draw shot

A draw is the opposite of a fade. With a draw, the ball curves gently from right-to-left (for right-handers), moving toward the target after starting out right of the target line.

A draw is a great shot to be able to play on command in order to better attack a pin or fairway, or to get around hazards. A controlled draw can also add yards to drives, producing additional roll.

Playing a Draw

There are two good ways to play a draw:

First Method

  1. Set up with the clubface aimed at the target.
  2. Align your body, including your feet and shoulders, to the right of the target (be sure to keep the clubface aimed at the target). This will create a slightly glancing blow, putting counter-clockwise spin on the ball.
  3. Make a normal swing along your body-line with no effort to alter your swing.

Second Method

  1. Aim your feet, shoulders and clubface all to the right of the target.
  2. Make your swing, but get a slight feeling of rolling the club through impact. Look for a slight turn of the ball to the left.
Coaching Category: 
Kinds of Shots