Well, it's when you hit your approach shot to a green, and you hit the ball on the side that has the smallest amount of green between the edge of the green and flag.
So it might be the pin is cut on the right side of the green and then you miss the green on the right-hand side or the pins short and at the front of the green and you miss the green short. That is short siding yourself. Short siding causes all sorts of problems.
You can learn all about these problems, and how to avoid them by watching this video. In this video, I challenge you to play not shirt side yourself the next time you play. NONE! It may be hard but will also be very rewarding for you.
Anyone who wants to learn how to "play golf" and not just "golf swing".
The majority of golfers who just want to get a little better so they can enjoy the game more.
Beginner golfers who feel intimidated by the game.
Social golfers who just want to have more fun when playing.
Corporate day golfers who don't want to make a fool of themselves at a work golf day.
Weekend warrior golfers who just can't find time to practice or play more.
TopGolf first-timers who have never touched a club and don't want to make a fool of themselves.
Established golfers who are worried traditional lessons might mess them up.
Google golfers! Those who have information overload from all the golf advice out there.
Paul Williamson is a Certified Member of the PGA of Australia and has advanced certification in the area of coaching. Based on the Gold Coast Australia he coaches at Emerald Lakes Golf Coaching Centre open to the public 7 days.
Paul spent 15+ years as a touring professional playing in hundreds of Pro-ams with thousands of amateur playing partners. During this time he was also contracted as a corporate golf coach by large companies to help their clients play better at company golf days or functions. These experiences have lead Paul to his passion which is to help all the new golfers out there play better golf quickly, with easy to understand concepts and language we can all relate to.
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