One way to play better golf and lower your scores is by adding power and distance to your golf game.
For some golfers, power comes naturally. Without giving it much thought or even trying to hit the ball too hard, some players are capable of producing distance in their shots, which lends itself to more birdie opportunities. Many Tour Professionals, including Rory McIlroy, are able to generate power with ease. Unfortunately, for the rest of us, we have to work on our swing technique to make it as efficient as possible – that’s why you might find this swing tip useful!
About Chris Champagne
Louisiana native Chris Champagne has over 17 years of experience in the golf business. He was previously employed at private and semi-private golf courses including Le Triomphe in Louisiana, Hidden Creek in Florida, and The Peninsula Golf and Racquet Club in Alabama. Chris obtained his Class A membership in the PGA in March of 2007. As our P.G.A. Head Professional at The Preserve, he is responsible for all “front of the house” operations.