How Do I Hit a Golf Ball Solid Every Time?

By Patrick Cameron
Putting all the elements together from the driving range improves your chances of hitting a solid shot on the course.
Putting all the elements together from the driving range improves your chances of hitting a solid shot on the course.

Making solid contact with the golf ball is something every golfer deals with, whether they're just beginning their golf experience or are a seasoned pro who has been playing the game for years. Solid contact with the ball will result in accuracy, providing the line that you've set up is correct. But making solid contact requires that all of the components of your golf swing work together. There are drills you can do that will work on body sequencing. Successful practice of these drills will bring you closer to making solid contact every time you swing the club.

Getting the Feel for Making Solid Contact

Syncing Your Upper and Lower Body

Focus on how your hips turn as you go through the swing motion with one arm.

Practice this drill on a daily basis.

About the Author

Patrick Cameron is a freelance writer with 10 years of diverse experience in consumer goods branding, promotions and retail communications. He works out of his home in Denver, Colo. He received his Bachelor of Arts in mass communication from the University of Minnesota.

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  • Michael Cohen/US PGA TOUR/Getty Images
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