Help For Your Driver
Golf Instruction • 39s
For the majority of high-handicap golfers the driver is the most difficult club in the bag to hit because it is the longest club and it has the least amount of loft. It will slice more often than not.
Pros set up with their spine tilted away from target at address, which helps them give the ball a more sweeping blow. To help sweep the ball or even hit slightly up, you need to have the ball teed up so that half of the ball is set above the clubhead.
As opposed to high-handicappers who may lack strength and mobility in spine and hips and set up too much on top of the ball at address which makes them hit down on the ball.
Watch the video to see how high to tee up the ball with a drive
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