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“If you can’t aim the arrow, don’t worry about the Indian.” I am not sure who takes credit for that wonderful one liner but it is certainly relevant in my world as a golf instructor. Homer Kelley, author of The Golfing Machine, listed a strait Plane Line as one of his Three Basic Imperatives. As you follow this month’s tip please keep in mind the terms target line, plane line, aim line, line of flight, and base line of the incline plane are SYNONYMOUS. Simply put, in the game of golf, your clubface needs to be aimed at your target as a rule–you break the rule, you pay the penalty!

 

So how is the target line established?

 

From behind the ball, visually run an imaginary line from your ball to your target. (In picture at right, the red line denotes the target line.)

Find a spot on your target line within 2 feet of the ball–an off shade color of grass, shadow, etc. (See the white spot in front of the ball.) It is imperative this spot be on your target line so you can use it as a reference to aim your clubface.

 

The yellow alignment stick in the picture is for your stance, or body line. The goal is to get your toe line, hip line, and shoulder line all parallel to your target line. In this parallel configuration, your body is square to your target.

So why is it important to have to your body set up square and parallel to this most important line of flight? I like how my mentor, Tom Tomasello, put it, “If your club face is not aimed at your target and body square to this line then your golf swing is simply a faulty procedure made of compensations.” If you want to improve your swing path and directly influence where your golf ball starts out, then you must learn to respect these lines. According to Homer, “Golf is a game of alignments.” If your goal is to hit more fairways and greens this year, then review last month’s topic on grip and learn how to use correct alignments to get aimed properly!

Next month’s topic, Posture.                    
 

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2005 Carolinas PGA Section Teacher of the Year

TPI Level 1 Certified Golf Fitness Instructor

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March- 2014 Ready? Aim

Announcing New Website

February- 2014 Ted’s Guide to a Good Grip
January- 2014 Get a Better Grip on the Fundamentals
December- 2013 A Year in Review
November- 2013 Happy Holidays
October- 2013 The Art of Visualizing
September- 2013 Newsletter -The Power of the Tongue
August- 2013 Newsletter -The Address Routine
July- 2013 Newsletter -Ten Penny Tip
June- 2013 Newsletter -Time to Stretch
May- 2013 Newsletter -The Take Away Drill
April- 2013 Newsletter -More For Your Core
March- 2013 Newsletter -Get More From Your Core
February- 2013 Newsletter -Hand-Eye Coordination Part 2
January- 2013 Newsletter -Hand-Eye Coordination Part 1
December- 2012 Newsletter -Favorite Drills
November- 2012 Newsletter -A Secret to Longer Drives
October- 2012 Newsletter -Improve Your Pitch Shot With Distance & Trajectory Control
September- 2012 Newsletter -Scoring Tip #3: Use a Towel to Clean Up Your Chip Shots
August- 2012 Newsletter -Ted’s 2nd Scoring Tip: Lag Putting
July- 2012 Newsletter -Scoring Tip #1: The Short Putt
June- 2012 Newsletter -Sweet Spot Delivery
May- 2012 Newsletter -Clubface Control
Apr- 2012 Newsletter -The Steady Head
Mar- 2012 Newsletter -Weight Forward
Feb- 2012 Newsletter -The Flat Left Wrist
Jan- 2012 Newsletter -The Five Keys
Dec- 2011 Newsletter -In Case You Missed It
Nov- 2011 Newsletter -Belly Putters
Oct- 2011 Newsletter -The Splash
Sep- 2011 Newsletter -Chip It Like the Pros
Aug- 2011 Newsletter -Visualization
July- 2011 Newsletter -Inner Excellence
June- 2011 Newsletter -Stretching the Mind
May- 2011 Newsletter -Exercise Protocols
April- 2011 Newsletter -The Pivot
March- 2011 Newsletter -Power Generators
February- 2011 Newsletter -Feet and Knees
January- 2011 Newsletter -Energy Transfer
December- 2010 Newsletter -Holiday Ideas
November- 2010 Newsletter -Indoor Putting Drills
October- 2010 Newsletter -Cool Weather Clues
September- 2010 Newsletter -It All Starts With a Good &#95 &#95 &#95 &#95
August- 2010 Newsletter -Heads or Tails
July- 2010 Newsletter -The Boat Ride
June- 2010 Newsletter -Key Ingredients for Good Putting

May- 2010 Newsletter -Separation and Release
April- 2010 Newsletter -Shaft and Clubface Impact Alignments
March- 2010 Newsletter – Impact Wrist Alignments
February- 2010 Newsletter – Secondary Tilt
January- 2010 Newsletter – Impact 101
December- 2009 Newsletter – The Moment of Truth
November- 2009 Newsletter – THE POST SHOT ROUTINE
October 2009 Newsletter – POWER STRETCHES
September 2009 Newsletter – Magic Potion Meal Deals
August 2009 Newsletter – NUTRITION
July 2009 Newsletter – Back to the Body
June 2009 Newsletter – Mental Game Exercises
May 2009 Newsletter – STOP THE BLEEDING
April 2009 Newsletter – THE ROUTINE
March 2009 Newsletter – THE RITUAL
February 2009 Newsletter – PLAY TO YOUR STRENGTHS
January 2009 Newsletter – GOLF AFFIRMATIONS
December 2008 Newsletter – Season Finale
November 2008 Newsletter – POWER FORMULA
October 2008 Newsletter – Good News in October
September 2008 Newsletter – The Impact Bag
August 2008 Newsletter – Peak Performance
July 2008 Newsletter – Indispensable Hand Education
June 2008 Newsletter – The Heat Is On!

May 2008 Newsletter – Core Strength
April 2008 Newsletter – Over the Top Blues
March 2008 Newsletter – One Arm Bandit
February 2008 Newsletter – Checkpoint Charlie
January 2008 Newsletter – Indoor Training
December 2007 Newsletter – A Bottle of Red Wine

November 2007 Newsletter – Power Tips for the Fall
October 2007 Newsletter – SHORTGAME: Laws to Live By
September 2007 Newsletter – Sand Magic
August 2007 Newsletter – When in Doubt, Use the Hybrid
July 2007 Newsletter – Downswing Thoughts
June 2007 Newsletter – Spot Alignment

May 2007 Newsletter – Distance Control
April 2007 Newsletter – Golf?s Greatest Illusion – Mastery Results in Consistency
March 2007 Newsletter – The Quest for Distance
February 2007 Newsletter – Five Fields for Guaranteed Improvement

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