Practice Pointers: How to use a two-club practice station

Practice Pointers: How to use a two-club practice station
Created on 2/1/1999 12:00:00 AM


Practice Pointers 

How to use a two-club practice station

First shaft: alignment Second shaft: ball position

 

If you took an aerial view of the practice tee at a PGA Tour event, you would see a lot of clubs on the ground, most forming the shape of the letter “T”. This practice station helps you line up to the target and established correct ball potion – essential to a good swing.

The first shaft is parallel to the target line; the second is perpendicular, point at the ball. The more you practice with the “T” station, the more natural it will become for you to set up correctly on the golf course.

Golf Digest February 199

 

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