Hit Piercing Stingers
You know what shot amazes you? Is when you see a professional hit a stinger - the low-flighted, chasing runner that I’ll tell ya, in certain conditions it’s wonderful.
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When there's a ton of crosswind or wind in your face, a ball that’s hit hard that stays low that’s going to tumble and go far - well the Teeless Driver - and I know I said driver but I'm going to hit this off the grass - it’s the perfect club to help you hit that piercing stinger.
How to Hit the Stinger
So how do you hit that? Well we need a little bit of a descent - we need to hit down on it to launch it low, but the confidence-building design in this will still pop the ball up.
Watch this ball fly crisply and low close to the ground. The ball’s going to be a little farther back than I normally play it, I put my weight bias a little bit onto my lead foot - and don’t be afraid to take a little divot to hit the stinger.
So weight’s forward, ball’s back a little bit, and watch my swing exit. I’m going to purposefully swing a little bit to the left to really hit a low crispy shot that flies. It barely flew about the crest of the mountains up there, that’s a pretty low launch angle.
Now the beautiful thing about that is in crosswinds, that ball’s not going to get affected very much and certainly into a headwind it's going to fly under the wind, it’s going to do a lot of nice things.
When all your buddies, the ladies, and guys are hitting it up in the air and it’s flying all over the place, when you can hit the stinger with your Teeless, you’ve got your pals beat.