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Simple Golf Tips For Better and Consistent Ball position

Simple Golf Tips For Better and Consistent Ball position with Golf Monthly top 25 coach, Alistair Davies.

Ball position for consistent golf is a priority and there are some simple systems and checkpoints that are easy to execute and repeat without too much stress to decract you from the task of better scores.

Whether you want to break 80, 90 or 70 even, consistent ball position will make a huge difference to your ball striking and scores.

Ball position for consistent golf is a priority and there are some simple systems and checkpoints that are easy to execute and repeat without too much stress to detract you from the task of better scores.

Whether you want to break 80, 90 or 70 even, consistent ball position will make a huge difference to your ball striking and scores.

Ball position can be simple but complicated at the same time.

There are generally two schools of thought in golf instruction and methods for the best way to approach ball position consistently…

Variable – The ball position moves per club, but the stance width remains more or less the same and constant as shoulder width aside from the driver.

Constant. – You keep the ball in more or less the same position in relation to your lead foot but adjust the width of your stance according to the club you are hitting. Wedge is narrower than 4 iron for example.

How they react is fairly similar but what we want to give you is a simple ball position system so you can be consistent more often than not.

7, 8,9,pw iron. Ball start with feet together and move feet equal distance apart. Hand position here is opposite inside of left thigh.

5 iron – Start with feet together. Foot moves 1/3 and 2-3. Hands in same position.

Driver – Start with feet together. – Left foot half an inch, right foot to slightly wider than shoulder width. The hands remain in the same position.

The hand position is key as it improves a better relationship to gain height and better trajectory especially with the longer clubs.

Checking your ball position is one of the first ports of call if you find your ball striking a little off and consistency is poor.

So try this system and learn more with us at The Art of Simple Golf
http://www.alistairdaviesgolf.com
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4 Responses

  1. Mr. Tracy DeBusk

    I’d like to see your method for reading Greens. Whether you prefer Aim point or another? Thanks for any help. I’m a 9 handicap and know I could improve that if I read putts better.

    1. admin

      Aim point is good. The main aspect I like to adhere to is seeing where water would run away from the hole if it was overflowing. Make sense?

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