You must know how your clubface is going to bottom-out at impact in order to improve your golf swing.
Your clubface must bottom-out at the very back of your ball at impact if you want to improve your golf swing. Also, it must do so if you want to hit a golf ball straight to your target.
In addition, the path of your clubface must match your target line when your swing bottoms-out at impact in order to hit straight golf shots.
Up to now no one has been able to come up with some type of golf swing instructions to determine where the clubface will bottom out before the swing begins, assuming the clubface is not manipulated off its established path during the golf swing.
However, I recently discovered a technique that will identify precisely where your ball will bottom out before beginning your backswing, assuming once again that you do not intentionally or inadvertently rotate your clubface off the swing path established at final address to the ball.
You now can know exactly where your clubface will bottom-out by using what I have named the Locked-Knees Technique™.
Here’s how to perform this golf method to determine the bottom-out point of your swing before even beginning your swing:
Step 1: At the very completion of your set-up routine, center the sweet spot of your clubface as near as possible to the back of your ball without moving your ball or your feet in the process.
Step 2: Then straighten your legs to the maximum and lock both of your knee joints and keep them locked until the completion of the procedure.
Step 3: Then raise your shoulders (not your arms) until the sole of your clubface is at least eight (8) inches above the surface.
Step 4: Then continue to keep your knee joints locked and, bending from the waist, lower your shoulders until your clubface returns to the surface or, the top of your ball, without trying to manipulate your clubface in any way while lowering your shoulders.
Step 5: Unless your clubface returns as near as possible to the back of your ball –at the same spot it rested prior to raising your shoulders—you will not hit your ball on a path that matches your target line, assuming you execute a non-manipulative golf swing and do not rotate your clubface off its established path during your swing.
If your clubface returns to a point on top of your ball, a non-manipulative golf swing will produce either a slice, pull or pull-hook golf shot, depending on precisely the point your clubface is positioned on top or in front of your ball when it comes to rest and, assuming you then position it directly behind your ball once again before beginning a simple golf swing.
If your clubface returns to a point more than one-half of an inch behind your ball, a non-manipulative golf swing will produce either a hook, push or push slice golf shot, depending how far behind your ball the sole of your clubface comes to rest, and assuming you then position it directly behind your ball once again before beginning your swing
You should not be surprised to find that rarely will your clubface come to rest at near as possible to the back of your ball when you lower your shoulders—bending from the waist—until the sole of your clubface comes to rest. You will find instead the sole of your clubface typically will come to rest on top of your ball or more than one-half of an inch behind your ball when lowered.
However, when you use any of the Locked-In Golf ™Techniques featured at http://lockedingolf.com you will experience your clubface returning to as near to the back of your ball as possible—at the same spot it was resting at the beginning of the technique—100 percent of the time because your clubface will be locked-in to such ball position.
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