Tour players give a lot of attention to their ball position from their toe line.
Why? If the ball is closer or further from your body your swing plane will change … and your shot shape … and probably your score :(

A lot of things can change your posture and ball position - fatigue, carelessness, back stiffness, etc.  Without knowing it, your ball position will change.

Use this drill every time you practice.  It will build consistency in your setup, and your ball striking - even before you hit a ball.

Lay down a Practice T Rod at your target and fasten it in place.  (You can use a club.)
Lay down another rod perpendicular - very important.  (This can be a club, too, but make sure it is square to the target line.)

Get into perfect posture and setup position with your toes against the target rod.  This may take the eyes of your Pro.

Extend the ball position rod to the edge of the ball - use it as a measuring stick.

Mark the rod on the point where the two rods cross with the club you are using - (8i, 3W, D, etc.)

Each time you set up your practice station, begin by putting the ball in the exact distance from your toes you have marked on the rod or clubs.

You will be amazed how much more consistent you will hit it!

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