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Jack Nicklaus claimed that he made getting the ball to start where he wanted was a big priority in his practice. A golfer's path tends to be more consistent than his face control, but face control has a bigger influence on the starting direction. Perhaps part of Jack's brilliance was his ability to control the face, in addition to having a consistent path.
I often see golfers struggle with getting focused on where the ball should start, yet alone how much the ball is going to curve. In this video, I show you three ways that you can monitor your starting line and get focused on the target. This is great to do after some blocked practice, or to help you get a playing feel the day before a round.
Tags: Not Straight Enough, Drill, Intermediate, Beginner