Ball Position 

Ball Flight Direction is very dependent on ball location in regards to Low Point (The Left Shoulder Socket)

Where ever the Leading Edge of the club is facing at Separation Point (when the ball actually leaves the clubface, not Impact)  is the direction the ball will travel.

The Geometry of the Stroke demands that the Ball be located in relation to the Low Point of the Stroke.

Given the Flat Left Wrist, Low Point is always opposite the Left Shoulder.

If your Left Foot is under your Left Shoulder, then you can Locate the Ball visually in relation to the Foot (and not to the Shoulder). This is a very critical aspect of the golf stroke as Ball Flight Dirction will depend on the this.

So as long as the ball is positioned in relation to Low Point any width of the Stance (feet) is acceptable as long as it does not compromise the Body Pivot (The Turning, Weight Shift and Balance).

Geometry of the Circle  -  Correct Ball Position

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Ball Positioned too far to the Left  -  The Pull Shot

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Ball Positioned too far to the Right  -  The Push Shot

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