Position fo a ball with time

This process is to understand exactly where the ball should be positioned
Updated 20 May 2017

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Almost every golfer can hit at least one or two excellent shots during a round—it’s repeating those quality shots hole after hole that separates the good golfers from the average ones. With that in mind, anything you can do to improve your consistency on the course is something that you should consider.
One of the best ways to improve your consistency is to make sure that your ball position is the same each and every time.

Once you find the right ball position for your swing—which we will discuss below—you then need to make sure that you are repeating that position time after time so your swing can be as consistent as possible. You still aren’t going to hit a perfect shot each time, but with proper ball positioning your chances of success will go way up.

Unfortunately many golfers take ball position for granted.

The average player will just walk up the ball, set the club head down behind the ball, take a look at the target, and swing away. That approach just isn’t going to be good enough.

If you have designs on becoming a better player, you have to have a plan for how to position the ball correctly before each and every swing.

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Pankaj Kumar Sinha (2024). Position fo a ball with time (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/63027-position-fo-a-ball-with-time), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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Inspired by: Proj.m (Projection for matrix), position_figure

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