October 17, 2017

Hit It Dead Straight: New Golf Book

easiest golf swing instructionsOf all the new golf books on the market nowadays, Hit It Dead Straight is definitely worth checking out.

The reason why Hit It Dead Straight is one of the best new golf books is that it introduces 15 innovative techniques to lock-in a square club face alignment during the setup proceedings.

Correspondingly, whenever you lock-in a square club face alignment you automatically will lock-in an on line swing path of the club face.

A combination of a locked-in square alignment and an on line swing path of the club face equals to a locked-in straight ball flight alignment.

When the down swing delivers a square club face to the ball at impact on a swing path that matches the target line, you will hit the golf ball straight as a laser beam, discounting wind conditions and elevation differences between your stance and your ball.

In fact, you will be so locked-in during your setup routine that if you do not center the sweet spot of the club face as near as possible to the back of your ball at final address, the arc of your swing will bottom out at the wrong spot and you will mishit your golf shot.

Therefore, once you perform one of the techniques addressed in the book, Hit It Dead Straight™, you must complete the remainder of your setup proceedings precisely as instructed in these steps:

STEP 1:  Assume a comfortable posture and stance to your ball.

STEP: 2:  Then center the sweet spot of your club face within one-eighth of an inch to the back of your ball.

STEP 3:  Align your shoulders parallel with your target line.

STEP 4:  Then keep your left heel planted and execute a balanced golf swing;

In turn, your ball should fly on a straight path to your target, discounting wind conditions and elevation differences between your stance and ball.

Each technique in the book, Hit It Dead Straight™, varies in terms of how it is performed yet locks-in a square alignment and an on line swing path of the club face which is necessary to hit a golf ball straight-as-an-arrow.

This is why I consider it to one of the very best new golf books on the market.

It is available at http://lockedingolf.com.  how to drive a straight golf ball

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