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Aligning correctly to the target

Quick Tips

golfer aligning hinself to the target

Hitting a golf ball straight consistently requires a combination of proper technique, alignment, and practice. Here are some tips to help you align yourself effectively:


*Check Your Stance: Your feet, hips, and shoulders should be parallel to the target line. Position your feet shoulder-width apart, with the ball positioned left of center in your stance for most shots.

Choose a Target: Pick a specific target in the distance, such as a tree or a spot on the fairway. Align yourself so that your body and clubface are aimed at this target.

Use Alignment Aids: Many golfers find it helpful to use alignment aids such as alignment sticks or markings on the ground to ensure proper alignment. (Only in Practice)

Square Clubface: Ensure that the clubface is square to the target line at address. A closed or open clubface at setup can result in shots veering off to the left or right.

Practice Alignment: Spend time on the driving range practicing your alignment. Use alignment aids and mirrors to check your alignment regularly.

Trust Your Setup: Once you've aligned yourself properly, trust your setup and commit to the shot. Doubt or hesitation can lead to poor execution.

Get Feedback: Work with a golf instructor or use video analysis to get feedback on your alignment and make adjustments as needed.


Remember, consistency is key in golf, so practice regularly and be patient with yourself as you work on improving your alignment and ball-striking ability.

*The Key Point



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