Tell us where you line ’em up
Ordinarily the majority of golfers will align the club head behind the ball at address with it centered in the score line area on irons and wedges and on woods and hybrids at the alignment aid on the crown. After all, that is why golf club manufacturers go through all of that trouble adding these features.
This is how I address the ball and generally don’t have problems returning the club at impact in the center of the face. However, I have played with golfers that will line the ball up at either the toe or way inside toward the heel of the club.
I usually try to avoid looking at a player that does line it up differently than I do because mentally it messes with my mojo the next time I go to align the club. Now I am not just talking about bad golfers either, but good golfers doing this too.
I played with one played that I swear the ball was teed up beyond the toe. But whatever he did during the swing he managed to hit the ball in the center of the face and land the ball in the fairway. It just proves there is not one perfect set up.
Do you line up the club elsewhere other than the center of the face? If you do what happens when you line up the ball “conventionally”? Do you hook it? Slice? Need a GPS to find which fairway (or state) your ball landed?
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