To ensure proper aim, many instructors teach players to aim by first setting the club down and aligning it with their target.
By definition pre shot routine means “do the same things before you hit the ball each and every time”.
Golfers of all abilities struggle with how to hit driver. But it doesn't have to be that way.
For a driver you want to make sure that you catch the ball after the bottom of the arc when you are on the upswing.
If you are too crouched over the ball, you will puts strain on your lower back and forcing you to bend your arms at the elbows.
There are three main issues people have off the tee: they get nervous, they hit a big slice or they just hit it all over the place.
When using your driver start your backswing, keeping your clubhead inside of the ball as you draw back.
Hinging is important for us to relax the arms and allows us to pick up clubhead speed.
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