Alignment of the body and the golf ball to the target on the golf course is the life blood of the golf set up, as Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology explains.
Lining your body up with the target, and forgetting about the ball, is a common alignment mistake. On this episode of Golf Smarter Tips, Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology explains that proper alignment is like a pair of railroad tracks, with one track drawn between the ball and the target, and the other track bringing together the golfer’s body from the legs on up.
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