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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Hank Haney on Head Tilt

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. In this case it is. Hank Haney's article at the Golf Digest site about head tilt is very short, and this picture is probably the reason why. You can pop over and read the article -- it won't take long! -- but here's the picture (click on it to see a bigger version).

Head level versus head tilted during backswing

The guy on the left tilted his head toward the target during his backswing. As a result, he can't possibly see his intended aim line properly.

The guy on the right didn't tilt his head toward the target during his backswing. He CAN see his intended aim line properly.

Do you know why you're supposed to keep your eyes on the road when you're driving? It's because you tend to drive toward what you're looking at. If you want to drive the ball toward your target, you have to be able to see that target properly.

A few minutes in front of a mirror should help you learn what a 'level head turn' feels like. And then, when you drive the ball where you're looking, there's a good chance you'll actually hit your target.

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