A Golf Driver Tip To Remember

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A Golf Driver Tip To Remember

Every golfer wants to know the best golf driver tip. I hate to disappoint you but there are many great golf driver tips that could be the key to unlocking monster drives for you. Every month the golf magazines have dozens of tips in them, but none of them get to the root of the problem.

Tip: Don’t assume worn out gloves if your hand slips on the club during a swing. Before you step out there and play, you should always inspect your golf clubs to make sure that the grips are holding up well.

If I were to get the opportunity to write a golf driver tip for a magazine, I’d say something against the norm. Something teaching instructors wouldn’t want to hear. Do you want to know what it is? It’s not some quick fix, because they never work long-term. The “only” thing that works long-term is working on you.

Tip: Tighten your grip when hitting a fade. One of the least understood parts of golf is how the grip impacts the swing.

Your body has a current level of physical ability. I don’t care how many balls you hit at the range; how many lessons you take; and what driver you’re swinging. Hitting the ball further takes an increase in clubhead speed. Period. So hitting more balls or taking more lessons won’t improve this.


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Tip: Before starting a new round with people you’re not well acquainted with yet, take the time to introduce yourself. One of the things that separates golf from other sports is the amount of social time it involves.

The only thing that can improve clubhead speed is strengthening your core rotational strength and flexibility. Your core is the engine to your swing. A weak or inflexible core will not give you the results you are looking for.

Tip: If you are having difficulty shifting your weight throughout the swing and find yourself leaning backwards after impact with the ball, try spending some time practicing at the range using a baseball-like approach. By practicing this method you’ll be better able to feel how your body must shift as you swing your club, because you are lifting the front foot a bit during the backswing and then stepping down near the completion of the swing.

The golf swing a turn back and a turn through. Isn’t that about as simple as you can make it? If that’s true, why wouldn’t you improve your body’s ability to rotate quicker and more powerfully? This is the ticket to longer drives!

There are many simple, yet effective core rotational exercises you can do in your home, or even office to greatly improve your clubhead speed and driving distance.

Do you want an easy one you can do right in your chair?

Tip: A proper grip is the first thing to learn. Put your hands palm-down around the club handle.

Cross your arms in front of your chest. Sit up tall and erect. With a fixed head position, rotate to the right and left slowly. See how far you can go. Do this without stopping. As you feel a loosening of the core, start to rotate faster and faster. Do this 20 or 30 times when you think about it and I guarantee you’ll feel it.

Tip: If you are having difficulty carving out time for practice, you should focus your efforts on perfecting your short game. Concentrate on your chipping and putting skills.

Since time is such a valuable commodity, you’ve got to get creative. I’ve put together a complete section of my manual that covers simples stretches and exercises you can do right in your chair in your office. You can’t get more convenient than that.

I hope I didn’t disappoint you with this golf driver tip.

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