One of the best ways to hit a fade is to perform the Miracle Fade Technique™.
The reason why the Miracle Fade Technique™ is ideal to hit a fade is that it locks-in a fade ball flight alignment during the setup proceedings.
The locked-in fade ball flight alignment remains locked-in thereafter as long as you do not unlock the lifeline of your right hand from your left thumb during the remainder of the setup proceedings and golf swing.
Learning how to perform the Miracle Golf Technique™ will improve your golf game and lower your handicap.
Unless you lock-in a fade ball flight alignment during your setup routine, you must purposely misalign your shoulders with your target line and manipulate your club during your golf swing in order to produce a fade.
If you align your shoulders too much to the left of your target, you easily can double-cross the path of your club during your golf swing and hit a pull shot instead of a fade. This golf method it hit fade golf shots is very unreliable.
Likewise, if you do not have a locked-in fade ball flight alignment at the completion of your setup routine and manipulate your club too much during your golf swing you will cause the path of your club to double-cross and end up with a pull instead of a fade.
Although professional and low handicappers know how much to align their shoulders to the left of the target and how to manipulate the club during the golf swing to produce a fade, most high handicappers do not.
A much more reliable way to hit a fade is to lock-in a fade ball flight alignment during the setup proceedings.
The Miracle Fade Technique™ is one of more than twenty techniques I have been able to design, develop and perfect to lock-in a fade ball flight alignment during the setup proceedings.
Although much more detail on how to perform the Miracle Fade Technique™ is addressed in the book, How To Hit A Perfect Fade, featured on the website, http://lockedingolf.com.
Here are the golf swing instructions to perform this technique.
First, assume a comfortable stance and posture and then ground the sole of your clubface (preferably that of a wedge or shorter club) in the middle of your stance.
Next, grip your left hand on your club handle in a conventional (diagonal) manner.
Then keep your feet planted, your knees flexed and raise your shoulders and, only your shoulders, until your club face stops rotating counterclockwise.
Hold your shoulders in place and then grip your right hand on your club with an overlapping, interlocking or baseball style of grip. Complete your grip by locking the lifeline of your right hand squarely and securely on your left thumb.
Do not unlock your right-hand lifeline from your left thumb after completing your grip.
At this point you will have a locked-in fade ball flight alignment, assuming you followed the instructions precisely.
All that remains is to disconnect your left elbow from your left rib cage, assume a comfortable stance and posture to your ball, center the sweet spot of your ball as near as possible to the back of your ball (a must) and align your shoulders parallel with your directional line, the line on which you want your ball initially to fly.
Then keep your head steady (another must) and execute a simple golf swing without attempting to manipulate the club in any way. There is no need to do so. .
Keep in mind a fade is nothing more than a miniature slice so do not expect too much curvature in the golf shot, just the ideal amount for a perfect fade ball flight.
If you perform the Miracle Golf Technique™ correctly you will know how to hit a fade any time you need.