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Despite the variety of different aiming situations in golf performance, according to the state of the art of the current aiming theory, all of the methods share the one principle, the one point aiming method: the target direction matches with the club face direction. In this manner the golfer may directly control the ball to move to the target direction. However, the results of the one point aiming brings about the frustration and psychological tension to the golfers because, in most cases, the balls tend to be scattering off the target without expectable regularities.
The purpose of this study was to propose a new aiming theory based on the effects of separating the aiming point in address position from the aiming point in down swing path. The new aiming method involves generating a regular distortion to the traveling path of the ball by aligning the body and club position to the first target and swinging the club toward the second target. By generating such regular distortion, the swing method achieves controlling and moving the ball to the desired area by generating 'concentration effect'.