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Welcome to TST! Signing up is free , and you'll see fewer ads and can talk with fellow golf enthusiasts! Instruction and Playing Tips Search In. How do you hit a power fade? We appreciate that you found this thread instead of starting a new one, but if you plan to post here please make sure it's still relevant. If not, please start a new topic.

Thank you! Recommended Posts. Posted September 1, My carry with the driver is yards with my normal ball flight, a 5-yard draw. I can cut the ball, but I sacrifice quite a bit of distance. I'm long, but not long enough to sacrifice 20 yards of carry. It's a much more controllable shot, especially under pressure. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.


I'm not a master of this shot. But, the idea is you want to align yourself left and then open the club face to where you want the ball to end up. Probably down the middle of the fairway. Take a normal swing. The ball should take off left and then make a turn at its apex and land and roll into the middle of the fairway.

Like I said, it's a shot I don't really have on demand, mainly because I'm liable to lose the club face at impact and hit it straight. Open stance, clubface aimed at the target. Sounds like how you set up for any type of fade to me, I have read the term power fade, but never seen an explanation of how it differs from a regular fade.

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Awards, Achievements, and Accolades. Why do you get more distance with a power fade? Is the clubhead speed higher? Played with a guy yesterday that hit these shots off of every tee. He shot like a 79 or 80 and I shot a So after witnessing that, I think I may have to learn the power fade as well, Im jealous! It seemed like a very very controllable shot, more so than my draw!

That vid posted was awesome and Im really looking forward to giving it a go. My slice has recently turned into a snap hook! One kid on my golf team played a power fade off the tee.

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He set up for a fade, teed the ball a bit lower, and said he hit slightly down on the ball to keep it lower. He may have hit straight through it, but he said he wasn't hitting up as much as if he were playing a draw. Hope this helps. It's been my natural shot for my whole 'career' I like it so much more than a draw because I feel that if I just swing agressively through the ball, it's gonna go somewhere near straight.

That's been my main swing thought with the fade, 'hit the ball hard over this spot'.

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It Does sound a little too easy, but that is the stuff. And yes the stiff would. And odviously since your a ten you aren't the normal weekender so you are trying to get better and better. You will actually start to prefer a stiff shaft so you can hit more fairways. What is your swing speed? If it averages a stiff would help allot but if you swing ish you won't be able to tell a huge difference because the hook effect of the R-flex gets worse the faster the speed.

I swing right around I can carry my driver I hit my 7 I use stiff in everything but my driver. But my big pull hooks are not just my driver. But I definitly have the feeling if I really go after it I will miss it right even if I put a good move on it. I really want to not fear the right side and can still go after it when I want.

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    8. For most golfers who slice the ball, a draw becomes something of a holy grail. This is often based around the notion that a slice saps distance, while a draw adds it. However, this isn't necessarily true. A fade can go as far as a draw so long as you present the clubface to the ball at the right angle.

      The bonus? This power fade is the more achievable way for the slicer to add distance. Most slicers hit the ball with the face open to the target line. This sends the ball right, as well as adding loft and spin which saps power. This first image above shows the basic ingredients of a perfectly straight shot.