Carolinas Golf Magazine

FALL 2018

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I N S T RU C T I O N PGA Professional Steve Dresser, the 1996 Carolinas PGA Teacher of the Year, is the founder of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy in Pawleys Island, S.C. . F at shots, thin shots, and weak shots that fly too high and come up short: these are all different sorts of bad shots that can result from the same root cause that plagues just about every golfer I see in golf schools and private lessons – and more than 3,000 people take instruction at my academy each year, so that's a lot of golfers. T hat problem is releasing the club too early, or "casting" the club, in stead of k eeping the handle of the club ahead of the clubhead through impact. 18 | | FA L L 2 0 1 8 Getting to the Bottom of Your Problems Take your game to new heights by improving the position of your swing's low point BY STEVE DRESSER, PGA WITH DON JOZWIAK

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