In terms of pursuing the perfect golf swing, many instructors will tell you there is no such thing.
They feel there is no such thing as a perfect golf swing because they have been unable to teach their students how to execute one.
As a result, most teach the muscle memory golf methodin an attempt to try to square the club face to the ball at impact, realizing from their experience that it will never be perfectly squared.
Unless you lock-in a perfectly straight ball flight alignment during your set up proceedings, you have very little chance of rotating the alignment and swing path of your club face to a straight ball flight alignment during your swing in order to hit the golf ball straight.
The reason why it is so difficult to square your club face to the ball by manipulating your club face during your swing is that the rotational bandwidth in which a club face can be rotated to a straight ball flight alignment is only a small fraction of a degree.
In contrast, the rotational bandwidth in which the club face can be rotated to a slice or hook ball flight alignment is several degrees.
Very few instructors understand the specific rotational zones and bandwidths in which the club face can be rotated to establish a particular ball flight alignment
The only time the club face will rotate to a straight ball flight zone is at the crossover points between other ball flight alignments, such as the crossover point between a slice and a hook or, between a hook and a push.
Considering all the nuances associated with the golf swing, it is difficult to rotate the club face to one of the crossover points and into a straight ball flight zone by manipulating the club face during the swing.
However, if given a chance, the club face will seek to rotate to a square alignment and an on line swing path.
It is not at all difficult to rotate the club face to a straight ball flight alignment during the set up phase of the golf swing and, then lock-in such straight ball flight alignment, by using one of the Locked-In Golf™ Techniques.
When you perform one of the Locked-In Golf™ Techniques to lock-in a straight ball flight alignment, the club face will have rotated precisely to one of the crossover zones.
Then once a straight ball flight is locked-in, it just becomes a matter of identifying the target line, assuming a comfortable stance and posture to the ball, centering the club face directly behind the ball and aligning the shoulders parallel with the target line to complete the set up proceedings.
Then if you keep your left heel planted, maintain a steady head and execute a simple golf swing, the ball will fly on a straight path to match the target line.
There are more than 100 Locked-In Golf™ Techniques available in books, DVDs, Special Reports and articles at http://lockedingolf.com.
Once you learn how to perform any of these techniques and follow the golf swing instructions to complete the set up proceedings, you will be able to execute a perfect golf swing.
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