For years I have watched golfers try to purposely hit the sweet spot on their driver and irons. They do with with impact tape or even foot spray. As they apply these things to the clubface they are surprised when they see where they actually hit the ball on the face.
Too often the impact marks are on the heel and toe with a few in the middle. If you have ever done this and seen these types of results it’s obviously a sign of inconsistent contact.
This tip explains how to hit the sweet spot consistently. It’s simple and yet I guaranteed you have never thought of it. Once you understand how to do it you will see the ball start to contact the center of the face much more consistently in the future. This, of course, will lead to longer and more consistent shots.