June 25, 2007

Breaking 90

To hit a fade, I make two adjustments to my setup, then make my normal swing. First, I aim as far left of the target as I want the ball to start. Second, I open the clubface (below), pointing it to where I want the ball to land. I love relying on my fade. In the second round of the 2006 Tournament of Champions, I hit a big fade into the seventh green and made the putt for birdie that turned my day around and put me on track to win.