How to Get Perfectly Lined Up in Golf Every Time

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How would you like to perfectly lined up every time?! How do we correct our stance? For those looking to stop blocking the ball, this video on How to Get Perfectly Lined Up in Golf Every Time is for you. We have the golf swing and your total game broken down to the 5 most important keys in our Top Speed Golf System. If you’re looking to aim directly to your target, we'll cover some alignment tips, while improving key fundamentals! Start having real control of your game. Be able to hit any shot in golf! We’ll teach you.

I look forward to working with you much more in the future with Top Speed Golf. Good luck with your golf.

Clay Ballard

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Kevin Stoope says:

Doesn't parallel left mean that if you draw a straight line from the ball to your aiming spot, which is your target line, a line drawn along your toe line should be parallel to that ball-spot/target line. In the video it appears your foot line is closed to the ball-spot line because your toe line is pointed at the target instead of parallel left. Is it possible that you feel most comfortable open because you are actually parallel left?

kukocs13 says:

Sam Snead aimed right and hit it left. Trevino lined up way left and hit it right. Foot alignment is way over rated. I worry about my hips and plane. Hogan never lined up his feet directly to the target. He was open for short irons, fairly even for mid irons and closed for long clubs.

Remix City says:

Best coach on youtube.

Paul Billings says:

Yeah, "parallel left" is technically correct but weird. Ideally, feet should be lined up about 2 feet left of the target (parallel left) — the distance between feet and your ball. I'm not that good, so "at the target" is close enough for me.

sai venkat says:

Hi clay!Do you have to align your feet to the target or the club?

Diego Yanisky says:

thanks for the video, awesome. Great tip I will start using

Greg Doniger says:

Awesome video Clay. Cheers!

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