When your club makes contact with the ball, and the ball gets its marching orders, this is “the moment of truth.” Most golfers are unaware of where they are making impact with their irons and woods, and it’s extremely important information.
The next time you are on the range, mark the head of your irons with a dry erase marker or spray your ball with a can of powdered foot spray before you strike the ball with your driver or fairway woods. This will help you see exactly where you’re hitting the ball. Once you’ve tracked your impact location, make a mental note of your body mechanics and footing. With enough repetition, it’ll start to feel second nature, and you can leave your training tools at home.
Tip courtesy of Adam Young | PracticalGolf.com[i]
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