This is the moment of truth as it relates to ball flight. As I have said before, it is a lot easier to get the club to arrive on plane at impact if you have followed the parts of being on plane from the beginning. At impact you want to have the shaft on the same angle that you started on at address. The real key to remember is that the back of your left hand needs to be square to your target line. The back of your left hand is basically your club face if your grip is neutral. The ball will tend to go where the back of your left hand faces. If you tend to slice, the back of your hand if facing to the right. If you tend to hook, the back of your hand is facing left. Work on hitting half shots with a 9- or 8-iron to train the back of your left hand to be square and "on plane."
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