July 21, 2017

HIT A GOLF BALL STRAIGHT: LEARN THE LOCKED-IN GOLF TECHNIQUES

hit a golf ball straightIn order to hit a golf ball straight, you first must understand the mechanics of the set up proceedings.

Then, to hit a golf ball straight,  you must learn the mechanics of the golf swing.

Unless you lock-in a straight ball flight alignment during your set up proceeding it is most difficult to hit straight golf shots.

The club face alignment will change each time there is a movement of some body part or, set of body parts, during the pre-swing routine.

It is also difficult to hit straight golf shots unless you lock-in a straight ball flight alignment during your swt up routine because any manipulation of the club during the golf swing will likewise change the clubface alignment.

Even when a golfer has a square club face alignment established at the completion of the pre-swing proceedings (which is rare), unless the square club face alignment is locked-in, the odds are that the club face will not return squarely to the ball at impact because of some inadvertent manipulation of the club face during the golf swing.

The reason why Hank Haney was unable to help Charles Barkley hit decent golf shots was that Haney apparently did not know how to teach Barkley to lock-in a square club face alignment during his set up proceedings. Indeed, only a few golf instructors know how to teach this unique golf method. 

Charles Barkley at one time had an 8 handicap, according to a recent article:

“Before his swing got messed up, he was an 8 handicap at one point and could actually play well on the golf course and during that time, he shot a low round of 78. He does not know when or how his swing became a mess but he does know that it did become a mess and he does not know how to correct it. Read more…http://www.golfchannel.com/news/morning-drive/charles-barkley-january-23-2012/.”

Charles Barkley could have a handicap even lower than an 8 if he just learned how to lock-in a sqaure club face alignment during his pre-swing proceedings.

Once a square club face is locked-in, it then just becomes a matter of centering the sweet spot of the club face as near as possible to the back of the ball and aligning the shoulders parallel with the target line.

From this point, a steady head and a simple golf swing will produce a straight golf shot.

Learn more about how to lock-in a square club face alignment and hit a golf ball straight by visiting http://lockedingolf.com

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