Flare the Downhill Foot

Balance is the foundation of every golf shot. Flare your downhill foot 145 degrees. As you do, narrow your stance so your support is under your lead hip. Next, either behind or next to the ball make practice swings with this foot flare. Notice how balanced you are in your finish. Also notice where your club bottoms out in your practice swing. The position where the club bottoms out is your ball position. The bottoming out position will be back in your stance and relative to the slope. The steeper the slope the further back the club will bottom out. Should you set your shoulders parallel to the slope? I no longer teach that adjustment on uneven lies except in a bunker. That is my teaching preference. The extreme flare of your downhill foot with the right ball position will give solid contact and a full balanced finish