One of the hardest things for me to master in golf has been lining up properly. I’ve learned a couple of key lessons from my experience. First, it’s challenging to line up correctly. Second, it’s crucial to always aim your club at the pin, especially when you’re under pressure. This advice became invaluable when I started experimenting with different ball flights and learning how to cut and draw the ball. The most important lesson was to trust my swing. By aiming the club at the target and trusting my swing, I found that even if my overall alignment wasn’t perfect, my brain and body would work together to produce the correct shot shape, bringing the ball back to the target.