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The Myth Of “Hitting Down” - how to take divots like “bacon strips, not pork chops”

Today, Martin Chuck expands on last Friday's tip from Andrew Rice on the potential dangers of misinterpreting the well-known advice, “Hit down on the ball.” In fact, this entire statement is a myth. Watch today's video to find out why.

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