There are many ways to learn how to hit a golf ball straight.
My favorite way to experience how to it a golf ball straight is to use my Locked-In Golf™ Techniuqes. They lock-in a square alignment and an on line swing path of the club face during the setup proceedings.
Once locked-in, the golf swing instructions to perform the techniques require you to assume a comfortable stance and posture to your ball, center the sweet spot of your ball as near as possible to the back of your ball and align your shoulders parallel with your target line to complete your setup proceedings.
The golf swing instructions then require you to keep your left heel firmly planted, maintain eye contact with your ball and execute a simple golf swing without any attempt to re-route your club face off its pre-swing alignment and path. The ball will fly on a straight path parallel with your shoulders and target lines.
However, there are many other ways to hit straight golf shots.
One such way was discussed by Johnny Miller recently in a golf article. Johnny Miller was one of the best shot makers in the history of golf.
Miller related the reason why he was able to hit such straight golf shots was that he set his wrists at 90 degrees early in his back swing.
If you read his article, be cautious of this golf method to hit straight golf shots unless you set your wrists very early in your back swing.
In order for your wrists to rotate and lock-in a square club face when using this approach, you must set your wrists at 90 degrees during the takeaway portion of your swing.
If you wait any longer in your swing to set your wrists, you will not rotate and lock-in your club face to a square alignment.
You will not experience how to hit a golf ball straight.
So, if you want to use the Johnny Miller method to square your club face during your golf swing, do it as early as possible during your takeaway.
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