January 22, 2018

Golf Swing Tips: Lock-In A Square Club Face

If you want to hit your ball directly to your target, locking-in a square clubface during your setup routine will be one of the key swing golf tips.

It is one of the key swing golf tips because, unless your clubface contacts your ball squarely at impact, your ball will not fly on a straight path to your target.

Some instructors teach their students to try to square their clubface to the ball at impact by manipulating the club in some way during the golf swing.

Those who teach such method must be aware that the clubfaces of their students are not square at the completion of their setup proceedings because, otherwise, there would be no need to attempt to square the clubface during the golf swing.

Unless you have locked-in a square clubface at the completion of your setup routine you have less than one chance out of 100 of your clubface striking your ball perfectly square to produce a ball flight as straight-as-an-arrow directly to your target.

However, if you lock-in a square clubface alignment during your setup proceedings you have a 100 percent chance of hitting your ball as straight-as-an-arrow directly to your target. All you have to do is swing simple.

Yes, you must do more than lock-in a square clubface during your setup routine in order to hit a golf ball on a straight path to your target.

However the remaining procedures are simple and easy to perform.

First of all, you must select a club that, if hit properly, will flight your ball to the target.

But given this, once you lock-in a square clubface alignment during your setup routine, all that remains will be to assume a comfortable stance and posture to your ball, center the sweet spot of your clubface as near as possible to the back of your ball, align your shoulders parallel with your target line, keep a steady head and the execute a regular golf swing.

Discounting wind conditions and elevation differences between your stance and your ball you then should see your ball fly as straight-as-anarrow directly to your target.

Yes, locking-in a square clubface alignment during your setup routine indeed may be one of the best swing golf tips.

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