Line up with alignment sticks

Using alignment rods when you practice is vital for proper aim. Here’s how to use them:

Lay two rods down, side-by-side, 2 feet apart and pointing in the direction of your target. Place a golf ball in the middle of the alignment rods. Stand behind your golf ball and make sure the rods are parallel and pointing at your target. This is a vital part of your pre-shot routine.

Next, address your golf ball and make sure that your feet, knees, hips and shoulders are all lined up; parallel to the alignment rods. Proper aim during practice starts with this guidance tool and a good pre-shot routine can finish the job!