The real secret to hitting straight golf shots directly to your target is to first lock-in a straight ball flight alignment.
One way to lock-in a straight all flight alignment and hit straight golf shots is to move some body part in some manner between the time you assume a left hand grip and a right hand grip. This will rotate your club face to a square alignment and an on line swing path, Then lock-in the alignment by gripping your right hand on your club in a conventional manner.
Another way to lock-in a straight ball flight alignment is to move some body part or, set of body parts, after you have assumed a conventional grip. Then unlock your right-hand lifeline from your left thumb and relock your right hand lifeline on your left thumb a specific number of times in a precise manner to lock-in a straight ball flight alignment..
However, locking-in a straight ball flight alignment is just the first step on how to hit a golf ball straight.
Once you use this golf method to lock-in a straight ball flight alignment, you must then perform the following steps to the letter.
1. Assume a comfortable stance and posture to your ball.
2. Then center the sweet spot of your clubface as near as possible to the back of your ball without moving your ball in the process.
3. Next, align your shoulders parallel with your target, if not already so aligned, while the sweet spot of your clubface remains centered as near as possible to the back of your ball.
4. Then keep your head steady, your right heel planted and execute a simple golf swing without attempting to manipulate the club in any way at any point in either the back swing or downswing.
Then watch your ball fly as straight as straight-as-an-arrow directly to your target, discounting wind conditions and elevation differences between your stance and your ball.
When you perform the above golf method, you will experience the real secret of hitting straight golf shots.
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