Make your aim, work for you

by Maura Hutchinson

Mark Crossfield tackles one of the most common problems almost every single golfer that has picked up a golf club. Lining up square to the target is one of the fundamentals of the biomechanics that allows the golfer to hit the ball to the intended target. People usually line up at an angle in order to make their golf swing functional. So if they are aiming a long way right, it's because they might be hitting a large draw, or coming across the ball. It is important to have a lesson when you have realised everything is out of alignment.