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Step 1: Proper setup

To start, aim the clubface at your target, but align your feet and body slightly to the right of the target (left for left-handed players). This setup will encourage the ball to move from right to left, creating a draw shot.

Step 2: Adjust your grip

Adjust your grip by rotating both hands slightly to the right (clockwise for right-handed players, counterclockwise for left-handed players). This will promote a clockwise spin on the ball, making it curve to the left. As a player, you should see an extra knuckle showing on your lead hand.

Step 3: Create an inside-out swing path

On the downswing, focus on creating an inside-out swing path. This means that the club head should approach the ball from inside the target line and then swing out to the right of the target line (left for left-handed players). You can achieve this by hitting your trail leg with your lead hand, swinging the club head away from your body, or initiating the rotation of the club head with your lower body.

Step 4: Swing down the line of your feet

To create the right-to-left ball flight, swing down the line of your feet. The club face should be aimed at the target, while the feet and body are aimed to the right (left for left-handed players), causing the ball to curve.

Step 5: Follow through

Finish with a high follow-through to encourage the club head to continue swinging out to the right (left for left-handed players) and create a strong draw shot.

In summary, to draw the golf ball, aim the club face at the target but align your feet and body slightly to the right (left for left-handed players), adjust your grip, create an inside-out swing path on the downswing, swing down the line of your feet, and finish with a high follow-through. Practice these steps, and you'll be able to draw the golf ball consistently and accurately.

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