The real secret to hitting a straight-as-an-arrow golf shot directly to your target is to first lock-in a straight golf swing alignment.
In order to lock-in a straight golf swing alignment, you must move some body part in some manner between the time you assume a conventional (diagonal) left hand grip and the time you grip your right hand on your club. You must then lock your right-hand lifeline on your left thumb a precise number of times, depending on the type of body movement used.
You also can lock-in straight golf shots by moving some body part after assuming either a conventional overlapping, interlocking or baseball style of grip and then locking your right-hand lifeline on your left thumb a specific number of times, depending again on the type of body movement used.
It took me more than ten years to determine what body parts to move and precisely how to lock my right-hand lifeline on my left thumb a specific number of times to lock-in a straight ball flight alignment.
All together I have been able to design, develop and perfect more than 100 techniques to lock-in a square clubface alignment and an online swing path of the clubface in order to hit a golf ball straight-as-an-arrow.
Many of my golf methods are featured in such books as How to Hit a Golf Ball as Straight-as-an-Arrow and How to Lock-In a Perfect Golf Swing.
Others are featured in DVDs and Special Reports that also can be found at lockedingolf.com.
However, locking-in a straight ball flight alignment is just the first step to hitting a pure and perfect straight golf shot. It then requires you to test whether you have followed the instructions correctly and truly have locked-in a straight ball flight alignment.
Once you confirm you have truly locked-in a straight golf ball flight alignment, you must complete the following steps.
1. You must identify your target line and then assume a comfortable stance and posture to your ball.
2, You must then center the sweet spot of your clubface as near to the back of your ball as possible without moving your ball in the process. (This is your “locked-in ” bottom-out point. If the sweet spot of your clubface is positioned anywhere else behind your ball such point will become the bottom-out spot and a straight ball flight to your target will become impossible.)
3. You must then align your shoulders parallel with your target line, if not already so aligned, while the sweet spot of your clubface remains centered as near to the back of your ball as possible without moving your ball in the process.
4. You then must keep your head steady (without allowing it to move up or down), your front-heel planted and execute a simple golf swing without attempting to manipulate the club in any way at any point in either during the backswing or downswing.
You will then experience how a straight golf swing feels and also the secret to perfect golf.
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