How to Align and Aim Your Shots When Hitting into a Golf Net

In this video Henry Fall and Dana Finkelstein review tips on alignment and aim using alignment sticks. 

A great way to get in the habit of setting up your swing, especially when you're hitting into a net from home, is to use alignment sticks (or even tape if you're hitting off a turf mat) to create a consistent reference point. 

Henry and Dana recommend using two parallel lines with one at the heel and the other between the toes and the ball to create a reference point for aim and alignment. 

The primary advantage of practicing this way is that it gives instant visual confirmation you're squared to the ball with your shoulders, hips, and feet. It's especially helpful when you don't have the benefit of tracking your ball down the range and is an excellent way to get the most from your off-season practice.

 


    Henry Fall is a Golf Coach with Milo Lines Golf, LPGA Tour Caddie to Dana Finkelstein, content creator, and Rukket Golf ambassador. You can check out their online academy at milolinesgolf.com or on his instagram, @henryfallgolf

    Dana Finkelstein has played on the LPGA Tour since 2017 and finished first in Driving Accuracy in 2017 and 3rd in 2019. Her best finish on Tour thus far is a T-11 (2x) and she finished T39 at last year's AIG Women's Open Championship at Royal Troon with Henry on the bag. While at UNLV, Dana was a three-time Mountain West Golfer of the year. You can find Dana on Instagram @danafinkelsteingolf