Uphill Lies

Dealing with uphill lies on the golf course can be a bit tricky at times. In video #1 of the new specialty shot series, I'll show you 3 key areas of the setup that will allow you to play uphill shots with ease. You will learn how to... * Stabilize the lower body * Determine proper ball position * Properly adjust your shoulder line by focusing on axis tilt Get the facts and an easy game plan for attacking shots like these on the golf course and you will see your handicap drop really fast.

  • Stabilize the lower half with the weight under the ankles and roll the ankles in for even more stability. 
  • Ball position will be slightly back of it's normal position. 
  • Keep axis tilt just inside the lead knee
  • Work hard to transfer the weight up the slope. 

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Guy
Hey Chris, Your various lies videos are awesome. Here’s another situation that I have struggled with. What to modify on the tee box when it’s slanted uphill as well as when tee box is higher from left to right and ball is always somewhat above your feet? This is for the Driver. Thanks for any insight! Guy
June 12, 2021
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Guy, glad you like the videos. My first suggestion is to play a different golf course, where the tee boxes are level jkjk. If you are faced with a tee box that has the ball slightly above your feet, I would just grip down on the club slightly to help offset the slope and then pay close attention to maintaining true anatomic balance through the swing.
June 14, 2021
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gordon
One of the courses I play features many uphill fairways. In fact they are steeply uphill, with 30+meters elevation change. The holes are long too(!) so I am usually confronted with a second, transport, shot which is 100-150 meters from a severely sloping uphill lie. I struggle with these, unable to make decent ball contact and invariably ending up in trouble. Your advice on how to handle such lengthy uphill shots from steeply sloping uphill lies would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance Gordon.
June 12, 2020
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Gordon, I grew up on a small 9 hole course in New Hampshire that forced me to face the same sort of shots regularly. The technique used in this video will work just the same for the shots you are facing. You may need to play around with club selection a bit for distance control. There are many variables that can lead to poorly struck golf shots. The big key with this shots is to remain stable and in anatomic true balance. I know that is not much added help, but unless I am seeing your swing specifically, it's a little hard to determine why ball contact would be poor if you were following the steps mentioned in this video.
June 13, 2020
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gordon
My main problem is power source. Should this be upper body or should I still try to shift my weight forwards with the lower body in the transition? In addition how should I modify ball position and make any changes to stance, feet angles etc to facilitate the power needed to transport the ball uphill,over such distances? Gordon
June 13, 2020
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Gordon, No, you still want to use the lower half as I mention in this video. Gravity is going to be working against your shift so you need to work hard to make sure you get seated as best you can into the lead side. Also, I talk about adjusting ball position based on the severity of the slope. Ball position will become a variable and you are going to need to play around with it to see what sort of trajectory allows you to maximize the distance in the shot. You are not changing stance or feet angles here. You just want to be cautious of getting to far over the trail foot when loading, as this will make it harder for you to transfer back to the lead side.
June 14, 2020
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stephen
Other instruction has said to place ball above the center of the stance toward the top of the uphill slope slope plane. Does your ball position check allow the same thing? In my latest round I had a ball sitting on an uphill slope of 60 or 70 degrees with the green 6 feet above the ball and the flag uphill further on the green about 8 feet away from the edge of the green. I needed to chip it gently onto the green but allowing for a little roll. I took my normal uphill setup similar to the one you demonstrated except perhaps slopping my shoulders more than you to try and match the slope of the hill to get that flat lie. I kept driving the club face into the ground slightly before the ball and stubbing it. What are the possible reasons for that result and how do i correct? Obviously at impact the clubface was not gliding along the surface of the hill.
March 4, 2018
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Stephen. If you start placing the ball too far forward you will have a tough time getting to it. The addition of the tilt to match the slope and the difficulty of getting full weight transfer keeps the bottom of your swing arc a little further behind than usual. Sounds like you didn't get enough weight transfer and over used trail side. Make sure you are controlling with the lead arm/hand through. And, as you shift don't push and level out your shoulders.
March 5, 2018
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stephen
Craig that sounds right, thanks.
March 5, 2018
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Michael
Are there vidieos of downhill and side hill lies? My course is quite hilly and presents these shots very frequently. Thank you
January 31, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Michael. Those videos are in this category. Take a look at the Video Toolbar to the left of the screen. Video 2 and 6. Sidehill Lies and Downhill Lies.
January 31, 2017
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Scott
Thanks for the video. Since the ball flight will tend to be higher, would you recommend taking additional club?
January 15, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Scott. Yes.
January 15, 2017
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Georg
Hi, this is Georg Nikel, I could not find any video showing or explaining explaining how to impart backspin on a Golfball. Are there any, or could you deal with that question in an upcoming video? Thanks a lot. And by the way, I find RST just great. I have been playing golf for 45 years now, had my handicap down to a 5 some 20 years ago and, after 3 lower back surgeries am fighting my way back to breaking 90. But it is only now, after having watched most of your videos, that I actually understand the physics of the golf swing, and am actually starting to improve. I am hitting the ball more cleanly than ever before - albeit not so far as 20 years ago. But I am optimistic that even distance will improve. Thanks a lot for all that help and most importantly - insight. Kind regards Georg
August 3, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Georg. Backspin on a chip or full swing? For chipping take a look at How to Chip - Spinning Chip Shots. For full swing. A proper Angle of Attack and good release would give you the amount of backspin desired. Take a look at the Angle of Attack Video. Make sure you release (Vijay Release Drill). We appreciate the compliments and happy to hear that the game is moving back in the proper direction.
August 4, 2016
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Paul
What about club choice i.e. increased loft with up hill lie and delft with downhill lie. Also effect on club choice with side hill lie.
June 11, 2016
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
On an uphill lie, you will generally want to take an extra club, BUT this can be relative to the slope, wind and other conditions that you are facing. I can start working on a club selection video series that will help you gauge this properly in the future. Otherwise, I would suggest using the technique and then playing around with club selections to develop distance control and feel for the shots. Hope that helps Paul
June 13, 2016
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Cullen
How do you check axis tilt inside left knee? Not really understanding that
June 7, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Cullen. Take a look at the Importance of Axis Tilt. Just align a golf club directly down the sternum. Or, Fixing Your Setup Video.
June 7, 2016
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Brandon
Hi Chris - why do you roll your ankles inward before you hit the shot? Would be great to see a video on green side pitches when you're into the grain and 30 yards off the green.
January 16, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Brandon. This help you stabilize the weight with the inner thigh muscles which need to be activated to promote better stability.
January 18, 2016
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James
do you have videos on how to hit a draw/hook or hit a fade/slice?
October 31, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello James. Take a look at the 9 Days to Amazing Ball Striking Series.
October 31, 2015
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Mark
I can't find the 9 days to amazing ball striking series. Is it hiding? Thanks.
August 2, 2017
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Mark. Go to the Video Menu ---> Bonus Series.
August 2, 2017
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Mark
I would like to see instructional videos on ball flight, both for moderate and severe situations. "Moderate" meaning just keeping it low or high on normal shots on the course. "Severe", to help in extreme circumstances. I play courses with mature trees in the rough, which include large branches - one right after another at 8 to 12 feet off the ground. (Think of Pinehurst #2) I may need to keep it low for 40-60 yards. Also, in windy conditions - that stinger with a driving iron. Conversely, hitting the exceptionally high 7 iron to carry a mature tree and reach a green at 150 yards out. Thank you for the great work!
September 17, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Mark. We will take it into advisement. In the meantime, check out the 9 Days to Amazing Ball Striking Section. Thanks for the compliments of our site.
September 18, 2015
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Stuart
I struggle with hitting out of the rough. The pros of course make it look very easy. I would think this would be a great specialty video lesson. Thanks
July 17, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Stuart. In the Wedge Play Section we do have the Downhill Pitch Shots from the Rough Video. We are working on more videos to involve short game aspects. Thanks.
July 17, 2015
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terence
how about a severe uphill lie or downhill lie...those are far more difficult than just the slight uphill or downhill lie you illustrate
July 8, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Terence. Take a look in the Wedge Play Section. There is a good video discussing a severe downhill pitch. Downhill Pitch from the Rough Video.
July 8, 2015
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Lisa
For serve uphill or downhill shot..do I still need to use oblique and glut to initiate downswing?. Thanks
July 6, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Awesome. You will still use the glutes to help stabilize the lower body and initiate downswing.
July 7, 2015
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John
No problems. I am looking forward to it. Thanks
June 4, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello John. Thanks.
June 5, 2015
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John
Hello, You have a video here of the ball above your feet. Is there an RST video, or an explanation for when you have the ball below your feet ?
June 4, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello John. The video is in queue right now. Apologize for the wait.
June 4, 2015
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guy
Shot from fairway bunker
May 12, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Guy. I will let Chris know that you would like a fairway bunker video.
May 14, 2015
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R G
How do you play ball below your feet and going up hill. Also same lie below your feet and going down hill?
April 11, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello RG. The next series of videos in this section will deal with the ball below your feet situations.
April 12, 2015
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R G
Great
April 12, 2015
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harold
Not clear at all. You say because the hill makes the back foot lower, one would think there is an automatic axis tilt with no further adjustments required. Its done automatically (axis tilt) because of the hill. Nothing remains to be done to ensure an axis tilt.. You do not have to tilt the shoulders because they are already tilted. Yet, you do not say so in so many words. That is confusing.
March 19, 2015
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Harold. I apologize about your confusion with Chris's demonstration. The back foot being lower adjusts the amount of pelvic tilt. Most players will lean into the hill to fight the force of gravity wanting to pull them downhill. Therefore, the need to check your axis tilt is allowing you to reach impact properly.
March 20, 2015
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gary
On both this uphill lie and the downhill lie instruction you gave all the key points using a face on camera shot until you actually hit the shot. You then switched the camera to looking back at you from the front or hole side. This made it impossible for me to see you do what you had explained. I would have preferred you the leave the camera at face on through your final stroke.
January 14, 2015
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Gary -- The first couple of videos in this series were shot to lay out a game plan of checkpoints for on the course. I can see now that the members are wanting better camera angles of the demonstration and will do my best moving forward.
January 14, 2015
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Preston
Great video; wasn't sure if you meant to use "subjective" as apposed to "objective". Objective is based on facts whereas subjection is based on opinion. RS is very physics oriented which is based on facts and therefore objective.
January 9, 2015
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Thanks Preston -- Probably should have used "objectively" in this case. I as more gearing the phrase subjectively to depict what other golf instruction have may passed along as an opinion rather than the facts.
January 10, 2015
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Phong
good video. 2 things on this shot. Because I am tilted with the slope, at times, shifting weight is not easy and I find myself on the back foot a little and also I tend to pull left on these shots?
January 3, 2015
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R.J. (Certified RST Instructor)
Phong, If your lower body doesn't rotate enough on these shots, but everything else is good, then your hands will be closed at impact. If everything is good and your ball position is too far forward, your hands will be closed at impact. It is also possible that you're hitting the ball with a square face on an out to in path, likely because you're off balance, due to the unusual footing. These are a few things to look for. I would just practice going to the top of your backswing and then pulling your weight over to the front foot and then going back to the beginning, until you get used to transferring weight for an uphill lie. R.J.
January 4, 2015
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Dan
Thanks for producing some videos on different lies of the golf ball. i would really like to see the three big issues, uphill lies (done) downhill lies, and side of hill lie. Also what might be of interest, is the difference with full shot and chip shot with the various lie positions.
January 1, 2015
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
My pleasure Dan. You will be seeing videos on all of the shots in the near future.
January 10, 2015
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Steven
I would like to see pitch shots around the green ( 15- 20 yards ) from a downhill lie
December 24, 2014
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R.J. (Certified RST Instructor)
Steven, Is this what you were looking for? http://www.rotaryswing.com/videos/short-game/wedge-play/downhill-pitch-shots-from-rough R.J.
December 27, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Got it Steven. Thanks for the suggestion and this has been added to the list.
December 25, 2014
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robert
I don't see this one in the iOS app. What happened?
December 23, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Robert -- I am looking into this situation for you right now and you should be able to access the video via the app on the sooner side.
December 25, 2014
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gwyn
How to use a Fairway Metal?
December 23, 2014
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R.J. (Certified RST Instructor)
Gwyn, Same idea. It's a universal adjustment. The amount the ball is moved back is based on where your swing will bottom out, where your swing bottoms out is based on where your left arm is, your left arm is based on your axis tilt and the axis tilt in the golf swing is designed to line up your sternum with your lead knee and the knee is based on the positioning of your feet, which is based on the slope of the ground. So, whatever you do for your stock fairway wood shot, you'd do the same, but adjust proportionately to the angle of the slope as described in the video. R.J.
December 24, 2014
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Chris
you didn't mention that an uphill lie flies higher and therefore needs at least a extra club. This is something I know but always seem to remember after I've come up short....maybe more videos on course management needed!
December 22, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Chris -- I was more gearing this video towards the technique so that students can see the important parts of executing the shot. Club selection and distance control can be dependent on the player and how the swing is geared. We try to keep instructional videos and the content right down the middle so people can learn what it takes to execute the shot and then leave it to the players to develop feel for the shot which is really hard to teach. Hope that helps.
December 24, 2014
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foo
Hi Christ. With the ball slightly back for uphill shots, any adjustment required in terms of alignment of the shoulders and feet for these shots. Mine tend to go right and not sure if its due to improper weight shift or secondary axis tilt? Thanks
December 22, 2014
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R.J. (Certified RST Instructor)
Foo, I would imagine that you're either hanging back too far (not getting enough weight into the right foot) or you're not releasing the club early enough and holding off the release instead, fearing that you'll stick the club in the ground. Check these things out. R.J.
December 24, 2014
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anthony
Hi Chris, Great presentation. On my home course we have a number of downhill lies with a downhill side slope which drive me crazy. Most of my bad shots off these lies squirt low and to the right. Hope you can help. Regards, Anthony
December 22, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Anthony, we have a video to help you with these lies that will be released next. Hopefully the video will help you get things sorted out with those lies.
December 25, 2014
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David
Specially shots is exactly what the site needs, please make lots and lots of videos! great job!
December 20, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Thanks David! Glad you like it and we are going to produce as much as we can.
December 21, 2014
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Paul
Hi, How do you play a downhill with a uphill side slope ?..I've had this lie a few times at my course and struggle every time Thanks,Paul.
December 20, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Paul -- Look for some videos on these shots very soon. I have these all done and ready to roll.
December 21, 2014
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Frank
Please show how to manage downhill, full shot lies
December 20, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
You got it Frank. Thanks.
December 21, 2014
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Chan
I always thought you didn't want weight shift on uneven lies because of the possibility of digging into the slope uphill or hitting it thin downhill.
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Chan -- We need weight shift under most circumstances so that we can help create momentum and stability at the same time. If we didnt have any sort of weight shift, you can run the risk of reverse pivoting or keep rotation minimal which can slow clubhead speed.
December 20, 2014
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Joe
In addition to videos on fairway downhill and side hill lies as suggested by the other comments, ball above and below feet on uphill and downhill lies, I'd really like to see videos on how to adjust for the short game for severe uphill and downhill lies. Thanks
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
You got it Joe. This is added to the list and will start working on them asap.
December 20, 2014
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Malcolm
On severe uphill lies, right hip is well below the left, and axis tilt is so steep that maintaining balance is extremely hard. How do you handle this situation?
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Malcom -- It is important that you try and get the lower body as stable as possible in these situations. If the slope is severe enough, you may want to focus on not allowing as much shift to the trail side as you would normally.
December 20, 2014
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travis
I'd like to see a RST two some film like 3 holes of a full course. How you go thru each shot. Few different angles. Face on, down line etc. "Mark Crossfield" does this on YouTube and find it informative.
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Travis -- We can look into doing something like this in the near future. This sort of request will require a good amount of time for production but I will do my best to get something put together.
December 20, 2014
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Louis
I really appreciate your help... and much more when you speak more slower ... for frenchman like me ! Thank you
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Louis -- I will work on trying to speak slower for future videos. You can always replay the video or pause it and back it up at this moment and then also check out the video notes under the player for the really strong key points.
December 20, 2014
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alex
Thanks for a series on these common, but difficult shots. Having simple keys helps. On my course.we have a number of holes on the back that have the ball either above or below your feet while being a down hill lie at the same time. These are intimidating resulting with lots of balls in the water or just punching up to the water. Suggestions?
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Alex -- We have some videos done on these sorts of shots and they will be releasing in the very near future. I hope you enjoy them as I am really trying hard to keep things as simple as possible so that you know how to approach all of these shots on the course with no issues at all.
December 20, 2014
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Iain
Hi Chris. Would love to see a shot out of 2" thick rough Cheers
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Lain -- I have added it to the list. Thanks for the suggestion.
December 19, 2014
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Robert
Is it possible to demonstrate shots from two of the worst lies: 1. Uphill with the ball above your feet 2. Downhill with the ball below your feet. Thank you.
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Rob -- You will be seeing these lies on the sooner side as I just filmed them and getting them ready to go.
December 19, 2014
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Don
I cannot find any videos that deal with the ball being above or below one's feet (side hill lies). Are there any?
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Don -- You will be seeing these lies on the sooner side as they are ready for release
December 19, 2014
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Troy
Hi - the dreaded ball in the grassy steep side of a trap Thanks
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Got it Troy. Thanks!
December 19, 2014
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peter
Hey Chris, Unless I missed it, I would love to know WHY you would put the ball back in your stance here on the uphill lie? There is debate in the golf teaching industry about ball placement with uneven lies, especially with downhill lies (many say back in the stance, but some say UP in the stance). But that can be for another day unless you want to comment on that lie as well here, which would be great! Anyway, thanks in advance. -Peter
December 20, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Peter -- Downhill lies will be releasing very soon and I do talk about ball position in that video. When you look at ball position in an uphill lie, we have to stop and really understand the bottom of the swing arc in an anatomic standpoint. Understanding where the bottom of the swing arc is with a completely level lie and in a stock shot form makes understanding the ball position being adjusted back easy to understand. When we are facing an uphill lie, it is very difficult to get the same amount of weight shifted into the lead side before impact. If you were to shift 90% of your weight to the lead side on a level lie, where would the bottom of the arc be? Now, you take that idea of weight transfer and move to an uphill shot where at impact you can only get about 80% of the weight to the lead side at impact. Where does the bottom of the arc move to? I would not move forward by any means providing that we are keeping our head in behind the shot and we aren't spinning our body wide open. There really should not be much debate about this in the instruction world as it really boils down to absolutes and understanding the bottom of the swing arc and how it relates atomically. Hope that helps.
December 20, 2014
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Jesse
Great video, Chris, thanks! I would love to see a video on hitting a pitching wedge shot [100 yards or closer] with the ball below your feet. For some reason I have a tendency to shank those. I'm not sure if its because I'm losing my balance slightly because of the fact that the ball is below my feet, but I don't feel it when it happens. Thanks again.
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Jesse -- Thanks very much and glad you enjoyed it. I have added your shots to the list and will get busy working on them.
December 19, 2014
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George
I have struggled for years with a tendency to look away from the ball before impact. Do you have any drills that will help to correct this? When I do watch the ball until it is gone it make pretty good contact. I need a sure fire way to build this into my swing. Thanks
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey George -- We have a new video coming out on the vestibular process that I think will help you out with a pretty cool tip on how to over come this. Stay tuned.
December 19, 2014
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Joseph
Chris, Why not move the ball forward since the increased secondary axis tilt makes the low point of the swing closer to your left foot instep line rather than your right foot's. Also, how is one supposed to get one's weight shifted toward the target without changing the axis tilt as gravity will tend to pull the major mass of the body (chest area) downward, increasing axis tilt?
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Joseph - The ball position is back because its hard to get as much weight as you need to the lead side in order to keep the bottom of the arc consistent. If you move the ball forward and you cant get to the lead side, axis tilt will increase and you will start the ascending blow and hit some really thin shots or bounce the club into the ground depending on how far back on the trail side you stay. Getting the weight to the lead side is very difficult and I said to make it a focus point in the swing so that you dont hang back to much and create an overload of secondary tilt.
December 19, 2014
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Michael
Great video. Fairbunkers would be great video. You can't compress the ball out of sand. It is difficult to hit shots from 150 and out be a good video. Too. Also love all the short game videos !
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Michael -- Thanks very much and glad you enjoyed the video. I will add these shots to the list and will talk about compression as well.
December 19, 2014
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harry
Very nice work and as usual your presentation is top shelf. Wondering if you could at some point discuss long green side sand bunker shots. I look forward to it.
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Harry -- Thanks and glad you enjoyed. I will work on getting some updated videos on this put together for you.
December 19, 2014
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Barry
Hi Chris, This is a very welcome series to come and I'm sure will be well appreciated. Our course in East Devon UK is quite hilly and the most difficult shot I find is the "ball below the feet on a sidehill lie" I'll look forward to your video on that! Barry
December 19, 2014
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Chris (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Barry -- Thanks for checking in and those videos are complete and ready for release so you will be seeing them soon
December 19, 2014
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Christian
Looking forward to this series. Chris you do a good job explaining the why behind what we need to do and also explaining what happens if you do not set up correctly. Check list. I am good with lists.
December 19, 2014
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R.J. (Certified RST Instructor)
Christian, Chris is an awesome instructor! You know, even though I am an instructor myself, this section was the one section that I am really looking forward to. I requested it before I was an instructor and I can't wait to see what Chris has for us when hitting the different side hill lies. Good luck on your game! R.J.
December 19, 2014

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