How to hit a fade with Alex Noren | Callaway Tour Tips

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How to hit a fade with Alex Noren. The European Tour and Callaway presents Callaway Tour Tips, an all-new series of golf instructional videos. In this opening episode, ten-time European Tour winner Noren lifts the lid on his secrets to success when it comes to hitting a consistent fade, exclusively revealing why alignment, club face position and angle of attack are crucial.

Released bi-weekly throughout the year, Callaway Tour Tips will showcase invaluable insight thanks to unparalleled access to a host of different world-class professional golfers from Callaway and the European Tour. Utilising high-level camera technology, archive footage, bespoke drills and personalised advice from other top pros such as Major winners Sergio Garcia, Francesco Molinari, Henrik Stenson and Danny Willett, plus many more, Callaway Tour Tips will work through a large range of instructional topics suitable for amateur golfers from the beginner to intermediate and the advanced.

Visit http://www.callawaygolf.com for more details on Callaway.

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