14 April 2009 Last Updated: 27 June 2013

By Adrian Fryer

To improve your ball striking take a piece of chalk to the driving range and draw a long line across the mat below your golf ball.

The goal is to get the club to bottom out exactly on the chalk line. If the club strikes the mat behind the ball you're releasing the club too early, and if you miss beyond the line you are coming in too steeply to strike the ball.

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