When addressing the golf ball before a shot what do you look at? The ball in general? Your club? The top of the ball? Who knows?
Well, a great tactic to improve your ball striking is to focus on a dimple that is the farthest back of the ball you can see. It’s a simple thing to do that will restrict swaying during the swing, assist in keeping your head still, and keep a smooth tempo on the downswing. It’s a simple thing to do and pays great dividends in lowering your score.
See you on the links!
Editor’s Note: Ralph Lotspeich is the PGA Head Professional and Mizuno Certified Club Fitter at Mirror Lake Golf Course in Bonners Ferry, Idaho.