Meaning Open stance
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When the left or lead foot is pulled back farther from the target line than the rear or right foot. This stance generally helps promote a left-to-right ball flight. (Since she played from an open stan [..]
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The position of the feet during the address in which the right foot is placed in advance of the left.
Source: thaigerlinegolf.com

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Opposite of closed stance
Source: golfonline.co.uk

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Open Stance is the designation for a golfers' stance, where the leading foot is moved backwards, so that it is situated farther away from the target line than the usual rear foot. The Open Stance is practiced in order to support a left-to-right trajectory.
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When a player's front foot is drawn backwards further from the target line. Used to fade the ball or to prevent a hook.
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The left foot is dropped behind the imaginary line of the direction of the ball. This allows the golfer to face more in the direction the ball is going to travel. OUT
Source: golfcoursesguide.org

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   When the left or lead foot is pulled back farther from the target line than the rear or right foot. This stance generally helps promote a left-to-right ball flight.
Source: manesargolfclub.com

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When a player sets up with their front foot to the inside of the target line.
Source: junior-golf-guide.com

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Usually coupled with and openfaced shot, you address the target so your toe line points left of the target. Reverse for left handed players.
Source: jaysgolf.com

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When the left or lead foot is pulled back farther from the target line than the rear or right foot. This stance generally helps promote a left-to-right ball flight.
Source: hassan2golftrophy.com

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when a player's front foot is drawn backwards further from the target line. Used to fade the ball or to prevent a hook.
Source: fit4golf.com.au

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The left foot is dropped behind the imaginary line of the direction of the ball. This allows the golfer to face more in the direction the ball is going to travel.
Source: aboutgolfschools.org

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When the left or lead foot is pulled back farther from the target line than the rear or right foot. This stance generally helps promote a left-to-right golf ball flight.
Source: golfing2u.com

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The left foot is dropped behind the imaginary line of the direction of the ball. This allows the golfer to face more in the direction the ball is going to travel.
Source: 100golfschools.com

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A position at address where the golfer is facing slightly toward the target.
Source: 1st-golf-info.com

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Pulling the lead foot back farther from the target line than the other foot generally produces and open stance promoting a left-to-right ball flight.
Source: theukrules.co.uk

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When the left or lead foot is pulled back farther from the target line than the rear or right foot. This stance generally helps promote a left-to-right ball flight.
Source: lallameryemgolfcup.com

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Describes the relative positions of your feet and your opponent's feet. In this case, one character has the right foot forward, and the other has the left foot forward.
Source: freestepdodge.com

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