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Learn How To Hit The Golf Ball Farther And Straighter

Hitting the driver well is one of the most difficult skills to learn and master in the game of golf. It is obviously very important when it comes to shooting lower scores to hit your drives straight and with distance. Golf courses are getting longer so it becomes important to develop good distance with your driver otherwise it can be difficult to shoot good scores if you are always faced with long approach shots into par 4 holes. Here are a few tips that can help you to hit this club farther and straighter.

 

Tip 1: Learn To Use Leverage

 

It is not necessary to have big muscles in order to drive the ball a long distance. In fact if you check even the PGA Tour you will see many thin players that hit the ball very far. The reason for this is that they have learned to use leverage. The angle that is created between the club and your left hand is what you need to look at.

 

The idea is to hold this angle as long as possible, however trying to force yourself to hold this angle seldom works and results in a poor golf swing. A more automatic way to hold this angle as long as possible is to think of the golf club as a whip and feel yourself whipping the club as you swing.

 

Another good way to create this leverage is by starting your downswing with a shift with your hip towards the target. This helps to store more energy in the club so that it is released at the last moment just before impact.

 

Tip 2: Swing Within Your Limits

 

Most people when they try to hit their drives far they focus on swinging as hard as possible and using as much energy as they can. In fact the opposite tends to work the best. If you really want to hit the ball far you are better off focusing on swinging freely and under control. If you are always losing balance then this is a sign that maybe you are trying too hard so you need to back off a little.

 

By swinging the club comfortably you will also increase the chances of making good contact and launching the ball with the right kind of spin and trajectory which will help you much more when it comes to hitting it far and straight. Focus on accuracy and you will find that in time the distance will naturally follow.

 

Tip 3: Trust Your Swing On The Golf Course

 

It is important to not think about swing mechanics when you are on the golf course and instead you need to focus on your targets and keep your target in mind as you swing the club. You must trust your swing otherwise you will never develop real consistency in your golf game. Even if you hit your last drive out of bounds or in the lake you must believe that the next drive will go straight and far right down the middle of the fairway.

 

Spend enough time on the practice range working on your mechanics and then focus on trusting your swing when you are on the course. Trusting your swing will allow you make better golf swings which means you will strike the ball more solidly and launch your drives with the right kind of spin and trajectory. Almost anyone can drive the ball far as long as they focus on accuracy and staying within their limits.

 

Jason manages several websites. Click here to learn more about how to improve at the game of golf, also check out the following links to learn how to get rid of putting yips and be sure to read The Simple Golf Swing Review article to see whether or not this golf improvement system can really help to lower your scores.

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