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I N S T RU C T I O N When you're able to hit full shots without making contact with the noodle, you should notice a straighter ball flight than you had before, maybe even with a little draw. The goal is to hit the ball solid and straighter. It may take some time to be able to h it full shots without hitting the noodle – our bodies tense up once we try to hit the ball, which is why I like to have golfers practice a few times a week with- out the ball. It's a great way to get your body used to making a different motion without worrying about where the ball is going. I always recommend seeing a PGA or LPGA Pro- fessional to set you in the right direction on your learning. They can help you find drills like this that you can do in your living room, backyard or on the range to improve your game. Try this noodle drill for yourself and see if the game isn't more fun when the ball flies straight instead of slicing! ■ 24 | C A R O L I N A S G O L F | S U M M E R 2 0 1 8

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