Align your golf swing by aiming your club at the target and squaring your body properly to the club; get golf swing alignment tips in this free golfing instruction video.
What I’m going to talk about right now is the secret to golf. There’s only a couple, this is one. It’s called towards. If you don’t hit the ball towards your target you may never get there, and you’re definitely not going to beat anybody. Now, people here the word towards. What does towards mean? Well, to start out with, it means how you set up to the ball. If you don’t set up square to your target, you’re in trouble. So when you set up to a golf ball it’s very simple. Your knees are flexed, your fanny’s out, and you’re built comfortably from the waist. You look like a linebacker, a short stop, a tennis player, a golfer: they’re all the same. They’re a natural athletic position. Let’s take towards and let’s put it into perspective. It’s not too difficult. You take the club, you put it behind the ball and you aim the club at your target. Then you take your body and you square it to the club head. No signs to it. I’m now square to my target. The ball is like on a railroad track. The ball is on one track going to the target and your body is on a parallel track square to your club head. How many times have we seen somebody do this? Then they setup to it and hopefully they’re going to hit it where they’re aiming, which is dead right. So if I’m playing someone for money or a friendly wager, I’m definitely not going to show them how to line up properly because I’m going to make a lot of money off this mistake. This is the correct way right here. Aim the club at your target, square your body to the club, and then as we’re going to talk about, you’re going to swing the club at your target which is always out in front of you. So remember, towards is a secret to golf.
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