How To Hit A Draw | Tips from Milo Lines Golf Academy

Hey, Rukket Nation! Henry Fall and Milo Lines from Milo Lines Golf Academy here in sunny Phoenix, Arizona. Today, we've got a tip that could revolutionize your game and have you hitting that elusive push draw you've been dreaming of. Let's dive in.

Many golfers covet the ability to hit a draw shot consistently. But how do you make it happen? Well, let's break it down.

One critical aspect we've observed among players who excel at hitting a draw is what's happening during the downswing. Picture this: as you're winding up your swing, getting ready to unleash that powerful strike, something crucial is going on.

Imagine you're Henry about to take a swing. As you start your downward motion, pay attention to the position of the club. It feels like it's hanging back a bit, doesn't it? That's intentional. You're unwinding your body, but crucially, the club's center of mass remains behind your hands when the shaft reaches parallel to the ground.

Why is this important? Because when the club is behind your hands, it allows you to approach the ball from the inside. This isn't about your arms being behind; it's about the club head positioning itself behind your hands. As you continue your swing, the club naturally kicks out into the ball from the inside, sending it off to the right of your target line – the perfect push draw.

But it's not just about the wrists. It's about the coordination of your entire body, ensuring that nothing gets ahead of the swing. Henry demonstrates this beautifully, emphasizing the importance of maintaining that feeling of the club falling down a wall, staying behind the hands throughout the swing.

And hey, don't worry if it doesn't click immediately. Like anything worthwhile, mastering the push draw, like Rory McIlroy, takes practice. Start slow, focus on the fundamentals, and gradually build up your speed and confidence. Try practicing hitting those draws with the Pathfinder Golf Impact Mat from Rukket Sports, its velvet turf instantly provides feedback after each swing.

So, next time you're out on the course, give it a try. Embrace that feeling of the club lagging behind your hands, trust the process, and watch as those push draws start to land with precision. Thanks for tuning in, Rukket Nation.

Want to learn more? Check out our other articles with golf swing tips from Milo Lines and Henry Fall. 


Henry Fall is a Golf Coach with Milo Lines Golf, LPGA Tour Caddie to Dana Finkelstein, content creator, and Rukket Golf ambassador. You can check out their online academy at or on his instagram, @henryfallgolf

Milo Lines is a PGA Professional Coach and the founder of Milo Lines Golf You can find Milo at Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club located in Gold Canyon just outside Phoenix, AZ.
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