Bone alignment is the key in terms of how to hit a golf ball straight.
In terms of how to hit a golf ball straight to your target and improve your golf game, your elbow, wrist and shoulder bones must be aligned as follows when your clubface contacts your ball at impact:
1. Your elbow bones must be aligned squarely parallel with your shoulder bones. The way your elbow bones are aligned in relationship to your shoulder bones will determine the path of your swing, at any point of the swing.
2. Your wrist bones must be aligned to unhinge squarely to your ball at impact. The way your wrists are aligned to hing and unhinge will determine the alignment of your club face, whether open, square or closed at any point of the swing.
3. Your shoulders must be aligned squarely parallel with your intended target line. Unless your shoulders are aligned parallel to your target line, your ball may fly straight but not on a path to your target.
4. The mid point of your shoulder bones (at the top and center of your clavicle bone) must be aligned squarely perpendicularly to the back of your ball. The way the mid-point of your shoulder points at impact will determine how your club face bottoms -out. To hit a straight golf shot, it must bottom- out at the back of the ball at impact.
The only golf method that establishes these four bone alignments during the setup proceedings and keeps them locked-in during the remainder of the pre-swing routine are the Locked-In Techniques™ I discuss in golf instructional books such as How To Lock-In A Perfect Golf Swing and How To Hit A Golf Ball as Straight-As-An– Arrow, all of which can be found at http;//lockedingolf.com.
When performed precisely as instructed you will learn how to hit a golf ball straight-as-an-arrow, one shot after another.