Need help getting out of that thick rough? Simply update your stance and club face.
I like to teach my students to move the ball a bit further back in their stance. This allows for a steeper angle of attack and reduces the amount of grass between the club face and the golf ball. Also, the grass will attempt to close your club. Therefore, you must open your club face a bit, and hold on tight so the club won’t twist as much in your hand.
From there, you’ll be hitting more greens in no time!
Repeat this drill, and you’ll have a better in-to-out golf swing.