If you want to learn how to hit the golf ball straight then you need to know how to confirm a square club face alignment during your set up proceedings.
Learning how to hit the golf ball straight is much easier if you know this simple procedure.
If you observe the position of the club shaft of tour players at the completion of their back swings you will notice their club shafts typically will point to or hover directly over the tip end of their right shoulders.
This indicates a square clubface alignment and an on line swing path of the clubface at this point of the set up proceedings.
This is an ideal position to deliver a square club face to the ball at impact and produce straight golf shots.
This means if the golfer then swings the golf club downward from this point to the ball without manipulating the club face, the downswing will deliver a square clubface to the ball on a swing path that parallels the shoulder line and produce a straight ball flight.
When the club shaft points directly to or hovers directly over the tip end of the back shoulder at the completion of the back swing, it indicates a square clubface as opposed to an open or closed clubface.
However, if the club shaft points to the outside of the tip end of the back shoulder at the completion of the backswing it indicates an open clubface alignment. If it points to or hovers over a point to the inside of the tip end of the back shoulder it indicates a closed clubface.
The same proposition applies at the completion of the setup routine.
Fortunately, there is a simple golf method to determine whether you have established a square clubface alignment at the completion of your pre-swing routine.
Here’s how to perform these simple golf swing instructions:
First, center the sweet spot of your clubface as near as possible to the back of your ball because this is the reference point of your ball position. Then assume a comfortable posture and stance to your ball.
Next, keep your feet planted and steady your head. Also keep your shoulders and knees stabilized and then grip both of your hands on your club in a conventional manner.
Then hinge your wrists naturally without cupping or arching them.
Keep your elbows steady and level without raising or lowering them.
Lastly, raise your forearms (and only your forearms) upward as far as they will go and then observe the direction your club shaft is pointing,.
If your club shaft is pointing directly to or hovering directly over the tip end of your back shoulder it will indicate you have established a square clubface alignment.
On the other hand, if your club shaft points to the outside of the tip end of your right shoulder it will indicate an open clubface alignment.
If it points to or hovers above a point to the inside of the of the tip end of your right shoulder it will indicate a closed clubface alignment.
When learning how to it the golf ball straight always conduct this procedure.
It will improve your golf game immensely.
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