ACROSS THE LINE

ACROSS THE LINE

12/06/2017   |   Đăng bởi Hoa Tùng

Term used to describe one's posture at the top of the backswing.

Ideally, in this position, the club should be parallel to the ground and it should also be pointing at the target, like a rifle.

If it is pointing diagonally to the left of the target (for a right-handed golfer), the club is said to be "laid off" or "flat".

If it is pointing diagonally to the right of the target (for a right-handed golfer), the club is said to be "across the line" or "steep".