Get On the Stick with Mike Barge

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HOW DO YOU IF YOU ARE AIMED CORRECTLY IN GOLF? 

If you don't know where you're going, anywhere will get you there. One of the single most common faults with many golfers is a total failure to aim and align themselves to their target line. Consider for a moment that starting off line just a few degrees can result in shots that miss their intended target by 10 and even 20 yards. Minnesota PGA Professional Mike Barge demonstrates a simple golf drill using a single alignment stick placed in front of you aiming at your target line to help you work on your aim and alignment. At least you will know for certain that if your shot doesn't finish where you intended, it's not because you didn't aim or align yourself correctly.


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