“What’s The Secret To Curing a Golf Slice
When Nothing Up To This Point Has Worked For You?”
“The Dave Way”
- Easy to Learn Steps
- Simple Practice Drills
- Straight Drives!
- Explosive Distance!
Add distance to your drives, lower your handicap and have you playing the best golf of your life in just two short weeks
It’s designed for the average player to quickly learn to drive for distance and shave strokes off his or her score.
Some of the topics covered in the DVD are:
Top of the Backswing
Faults and Cures
A common misconception in golf is that power comes from the hands or swing speed. This could not be firth from the truth. The following Easy Golf Tip will help you improve your distance with the driver by rotating your body.
Torque is defined as a turning or twisted force. This is what we want the body to do in a proper golf swing. You can probably notice that elderly golfers can not rotate their body as much as a younger golfer. This directly results in a decrease in power and distance. All the power from your swing comes from your legs, not the arms. By creating more torque, you will create more power.
I am going to use the following picture as a guide on how to build the perfect rotation for your swing.
Notice in step one the right shoulder is pointed straight down at the target. The head is down and the club is almost parallel to the target. You want to see your belt buckle pointed away from the target during your rotation.
In step two you will notice the hips starting to rotate back towards the target. The head remains behind the ball as the hips rotate. Staying behind the ball will deliver more power upon contact.
In step three, the belt buckle is almost square to the ball.
Step four is the most important part of the rotation process, this is called the follow through. Notice the belt buckle pointing directly at the target. This is crucial for the follow through. There are two ways to practice the follow through:
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This portion of Easy Golf Tips is to provide you with some simple, yet effective golf tips that will improve your driving accuracy and distance. Some people will tell you driving the ball is over rated. Some will disagree. I think it depends on the person. The most important part of the tee shot is keeping the ball straight. It doesn’t matter if the ball travels on 150 yards. 150 yards in the fairway is better than 250 yards out of buonds in the lake.
People love using the driver. It’s fun to take out the “big dog” and rip one. But it’s only fun if you can keep the ball in the fairway, otherwise you want to toss your driver into the woods.
So you’ve found your ball stuck behind a tree in the woods. You have a small clearing but a large branch is keeping you from hitting your normal shot. You need a punch shot. The perfect punch shot is a low trajectory shot that will allow you to gain maximum distance by keeping the ball low to the ground. In today’s Golf Tip we will discuss how to hit a proper punch shot.
When hitting a punch shot you want to select a low lofted club like a 4 or 5 iron to help minimize the height of the ball once you hit it. To his a punch shot you will need to place the ball in the back of your stance. You will want to choke down on the grip just a little bit so the club is not fully extended from your hands.
When attempting a punch shot it is best to use a hand position that is known as the forward press. This simply means your hands are pressed forward in front of the ball. You will want to take a half to three-quarters swing and a half to three-quarters follow through after striking the ball.
Punch shots are ideal in shallow rough and pine straw from the woods. Do not attempt a punch shot from the deep rough because it is harder to control and likely you will chunk it.
This will show you how to add 20, 30 or 50 more yards to your drives (Step by step)