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Do you struggle on how to align yourself and the golf ball? Do you struggle with your stance to keep a straight shot? It is important for a golfer to know how to adjust and adapt in every game they play. One of these things is ensuring you are in a proper stance and alignment with the ball prior to the hit.
There are basically 3 different stances in golf that are important when using a certain type of club - driver stance, iron stance and the wedge stance. You don’t only need a good set up, but also a good stance to create a straight and consistent shot.
One simple yet effective way to align your feet and ball is the railroad track analogy. Imagine a rail line to your target. One rail line runs to your target while the second rail line is where you set your feet, hips and shoulders parallel to the target rail line. To set up, place your club down and align it with the target first. From there, adjust your body alignment and stance.