3 BALL ABOVE OR BELOW?
Check the ball’s height, relative to your feet. It’s very rare you’ll get a perfectly level stance. Ball-above-feet – as in this case – has the effect of flattening the swing plane, which promotes a right-to-left shape for the right-hander. Ball-below-feet does the opposite, encouraging a more upright plane and a fade. The effect gets greater as the slope steepens, so make sure you use your alignment to take this into account.