GW Instruction: Rafael Cabrera-Bello Golf Tips – Improve Your Golf – The Fade Shot

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European Tour golf star Rafael Cabrera-Bello talks you through the best way to play a fade shot. Subscribe for more: http://ow.ly/lJYwy Visit www.golfingworl…
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7 Responses to “GW Instruction: Rafael Cabrera-Bello Golf Tips – Improve Your Golf – The Fade Shot”

  1. Meindert Jan Boekel Reply September 16, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    we live in 2012 now, read something about D Plane and come back later

  2. Actually he’s spot on. The swing path determines where the ball will start, and the club face determines where the ball will end up. thats why when he starts with his body aimed left and club facing the target (open) the ball will start on line his body points to and fade back to the target…a fade. The same rule is the same for a draw. Body aimed right along initial starting line and clubface closed facing the target… produces a draw. This is the EASIEST and most effective way to work shots

  3. I aways play a fade slightly open stanced and swing along my toe line???? Then again what the fuck do I know! ;)

  4. and…
    another pointless comment
    go and kick your dog or shout at your kids

  5. another bad teacher:

    youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=eTS87zKACSQ#!

  6. yeh his swing path doesnt look very out to in. his swing is frickin beautfiul tho. could u check out my swing and tell me what you think. thanks

  7. Meindert Jan Boekel Reply September 16, 2013 at 5:39 pm

    what I mean is that if the face points at the target and he swings ‘left’ along his airline, the ball will start where the face is pointing, being the target and then curve right hard, ending up in the shit.
    So if he manages this shot his face is certainly not pointing where he says it is at impact …
    Good thing or he would not have won last week,which i think i s great because he’s an awesome player ! just a bad teacher, so he shouldn’t teach