Leroy Moore III. Today, we've got drills for pushing the golf ball. So if you're pushing the golf ball it seems that you've got a path problem. So what we're going to do today, I'm going to show you a little drill that will train you to get that club working on the right path where the push is no longer a problem. So to correct your path problem get a cup, plastic bottle and put it right on the outside of your target line. Now what you're going to do is you're going to make little swings and you're going to try and make contact with the ball and miss the bottle to the left. So make little swings and just work on missing that bottle to the left. As long as you start missing that bottle to the left your ball's going to start on line and the push is no problem. So when you work on this drill, do this drill maybe 15 or 20 balls during a practice session. You do this 2 or 3 times a week, the push will be out of your golf equation.