The bottom of the arc of your swing is behind the ball, so you'll always hit behind it or you swing to quickly and your swing gets out of sync causing your arms to swing wildly and hit behind it. Or you drop your right leg too soon in the down swing, all these cause you to hit behind it.
I drop my right leg too soon
being hit with the ball
yes. it is possible to hit the tee with out moving the golf ball it just depends on how you hit it
hit the ball
No the golf ball was designed to be hit hard. Why would a hammer produce a result different than being hit by a golf club?
you hit it with a golf club on the ground or on a peg
Were you recently hit by a golf ball?
A golf club
His golf ball hasn't hit a tree lately!!
MOI is moment of inertia, and this is basically the golf club heads resistance to twisting. It applies to woods and drivers. When you hit a golf ball, the weight of the golf ball causes the quickly open and close many times. The more resistant the club head is to twisting the straighter the clubface will stay and obviously the straighter the ball will go.
Follow Through. Do NOT hit the ball first. Use the sand behind the ball to help push the ball out of the bunker. Open your sand wedge face so it's facing the sky. Place the ball forward in your stance, then hit behind the ball an inch or two. Remember to aim left of your target to compensate for the open club face.
You use a club.