Golf Hacks: Hit straighter drives with your golf ball's directional line

Golf Hacks: Hit straighter drives with your golf ball’s directional line


Welcome into Golf Hacks, a new video series here at Hold the Finish, where we'll share our practical tips for helping you shave strokes from your game. They're not swing fixes. They're not technical advice. They're simply smart nuggets that you might not have considered that can make you a more sophisticated and confident player.

In our first Golf Hack, Ryan Ballengee shows you how the directional line on your golf ball can be used for way more than lining up putts. It can also make you a straighter driver of the golf ball.


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