The reason why the Two-Step Straight Golf Method™ or, sometimes referred to simply as the Two-Step Straight Method™, is so easy to perform in terms of how to hit a golf ball straight is that it only requires you to take two steps between the time you grip your left hand and right hand on your club.
However, there can be no compromises in the specific golf swing instructions to perform this technique.
If performed correctly, your wrists will rotate and lock-in your clubface to a square alignment.
Also, your elbows (elbow line) will rotate and lock-in a parallel alignment with your shoulders (shoulder line.) Your elbow line is the imaginary line that runs across your elbows.
When your wrists and clubface are locked into a square alignment and your elbows are locked-in to a parallel alignment with your shoulders, a straight ball flight alignment will be locked-in.
At this point, all that remains is to assume a comfortable stance to your ball, center the sweet spot of the clubface as near as possible to the back of your ball (within one-eighth of an inch to the back of your ball) and align your shoulders parallel with your target line.
If you then keep your left heel firmly planted, your head held steadily and execute a simple golf swing, you will hit straight golf shots directly to your target, discounting wind conditions and elevation differences between your stance and your ball.
Here are the golf swing tips to perform the Two-Step Straight Method™.
STEP 1: Stand at least three steps back from your ball in an address position to your ball. Assume a comfortable stance and then sole your clubface in the middle of your stance.
STEP 2: Next, grip you left hand on your club in a conventional manner. Once your left hand is gripped on your club, do not loosen your grip or partially un-grip your club.
STEP3: Keep your left hand firmly gripped on your club and take two full steps forward toward your ball, with the sole of your clubface sliding on the surface, likewise toward your ball.
STEP 4: After taking two steps forward, hold your position and then grip your right hand on your club with either an overlapping, interlocking or baseball style of grip. Complete your right hand grip by locking (docking) the lifeline of your right hand squarely and securely on your left thumb (a must.)
If you follow these instructions precisely, you will have a locked-in straight ball flight alignment at this point. However, once locked-in in this manner you must not unlock the lifeline of your right hand from your left thumb or otherwise loosen it in any way.
Then it just becomes a matter of completing your setup proceeding as described above, keeping your left heel firmly planted, your head held steadily and executing a balanced golf swing.
Then watch your ball fly on a straight path to your target, discounting wind conditions and elevation differences between your stance and your ball.
You will then know how to hit a golf ball straight as-an-arrow.
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