Leroy Moore III. Today, let's talk about pulling a golf shot. So you just pulled a golf shot. For a right-hander, that means your ball started left and stayed left, nowhere close to being on line, or anywhere close to your target when it finished. This is caused from a sequencing problem. You have everything moving out of sequence. So we're gonna show you a couple sequencing drills to kill that pulled golf shot. One really good sequencing drill is a stop drill. What the stop drill does, it gets you to start your downswing from your feet up through your upper body, which is gonna create that over rotation which causes a pull. So to do a stop drill, set up, and you're gonna swing to the top and stop. From here, you're gonna concentrate on turning everything from the ground up, and hit the golf shot. So it looks something like this. The second drill to work on is to hit the ball from the inside. So, what you're gonna do is you're gonna get your feet close together, you're gonna make a little swing in, and you're gonna concentrate on swinging out away from your body. So. Using these two sequencing drills will work perfect with you in helping you kill that pulled golf shot and play a lot better golf.