Hey guys, I appreciate any reponses or tips beforehand.
I seem to always have an issue of properly getting lined up for driver/wood/iron shots. I use the typical method of picking a spot 6 inches to a foot in front of the ball that is along my target line and then lining my club face up to that spot followed by my feet, body etc... somehow I always seem to manage to get lined up right of my target. Does anyone else have this problem? Does anyone have any tips for working on aligment or drills/games that might help me. Its hard enough to hit good shots as it is, but its very frustrating to hit a great shot and then question whether or not you were lined up right of the target line after your ball ended up in the tall stuff. I want to get to the point where my aligment is solid enough that I feel confident when I hit a shot to the right, I know it was due to my swing and not my alignment. Sometimes it almost seems like my eyes are playing tricks on me. Ill pick a spot, walk up to the ball line up my club face, feet etc and look up and I can tell ( over time I've started to be able to spot this more ) that I am aligned to the right. I also hit a draw and have had problems with a big hook at times, so not sure how much that might play into things.