- Widen your stance by moving your trail foot back and keep your head behind the ball through the entire swing, as this will increase shoulder tilt and promote an upward strike on the ball. At impact, your head, lead leg, and club shaft should form a straight line as you strike the ball and launch it high into the air with minimal spin, which in turn will maximise distance.
What part of golf ball should you hit?
There is a short and simple answer to the question of what part of the golf ball you should hit. It is the rear, center portion of the ball. That’s what will bring you the best result with the most swings.
Why can’t I hit a golf ball consistently?
One of the most common mistake”s golfers makes is swaying or “moving-off” the ball during the swing. Moving the body sideways or up-and-down is detrimental to hitting the golf ball consistently. Often, you don’t realize you’re doing it until you ask someone to watch your head position during the swing.
Where do you aim when hitting irons?
The key to striking a pure iron shot is to hit down on the ball, resulting in a divot in front of the ball. Most players aim at the back of the ball, resulting in 2 things: not hitting the ground in the correct place (if at all) and not hitting the ball first.