Quick Tip for Driver Distance

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Today I want to give you a quick tip that will help you add distance to your drives, and do it without working hard to do so!

The key is making sure your swing reaches its maximum velocity at the perfect point in the swing… right at impact as the club is moving through the ball.

Where I see a lot of amateur players go wrong is that instead of ALLOWING the club gather speed on its own, they tend to “jerk” it down from the top…

This might FEEL like the way to get the club head moving as fast as possible…

But in reality it only throws off your timing and sequence and robs you of distance.

You are much better off when you ALLOW the club to gather speed.

In today’s lesson I’m going to give you a simple drill that will demonstrate the difference and teach you how to maximize YOUR velocity at impact for longer drives.