There are several things you’ll want to pay attention to while swinging. You have meters for both your Backswing Tempo and your Downswing Tempo. You want to aim for those meters to get a perfect shot.
If your Backswing is too fast, you’ll have reduced accuracy. If it’s too slow, you’ll have reduced power. Meanwhile, if your Downswing is too fast, you’ll get a draw or hook, and if it’s too slow, you’ll get a fade or slice. How far off you are determines how much it will affect your shot.
Another meter indicates your Swing Plane. This indicates how straight your shot is. You want your shot to be as straight as possible so you’re aiming on target. The Swing Plane’s size will change based on the type and difficulty of the shot you’re trying to make.
There are also times when you’ll want to use a partial backswing so you don’t hit the ball at full power and overshoot your target.
Once you have the basics down, you’ll want to move on to more advanced shots using shot shaping. You can increase or decrease the loft of your shot, which will be indicated in the Loft Box. For more complicated shots, you will want to add draw or fade to change the direction that your ball will take while it’s in the air.
These techniques can help you take much more advanced shots, but it will also make the shot more difficult.
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