“Get The Secrets To Crushing Your Drives 40 Extra Yards Down The Center Of The Fairway With The Accuracy Of A Snipers”
- No need for fancy new clubs
- No need for the latest new balls
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 BOOK WILL TELL YOU EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED TO DO –
STEP BY STEP
TO ADD 20, 30, OR 50 MORE YARDS TO YOUR DRIVES.
“THIS IS SERIOUS GOLF INSTRUCTION FOR SERIOUS GOLFERS”
In “The 5 Keys to Distance” You’ll Learn:
WHAT you need to do to get more distance
WHY you need to master the 5 Keys
HOW to incorporate the 5 Keys into your swing
HOW TO APPLY IT on the course, where it really matters
Detailed, Insider KNOWLEDGE on the elements of distance
The SCIENCE behind distance
Detailed, WRITTEN DESCRIPTIONS of all the BLAST elements of distance
Specific, targeted DRILLS to make you an expert
FREE VIDEOS of the techniques and drills, viewable any time
Advanced techniques for EFFECTIVE PRACTICE so you learn faster
BONUSES and MORE!
One of the most common questions an amateur golfer might have is, how do you hit a high draw with your fairway irons? Beginners are generally known for slicing the ball and hitting fades because they aren’t keeping their wrists straight in the take back, thus opening the club face on impact. To hit a high draw, it is much easier than it might sound. The following Easy Golf Tip will teach you an easy way to hit a draw.
The tip below is the easiest way for a beginner golfer to hit a draw. The benefit of hitting a draw is the added distance. The first step is to line up as if you are hitting a normal straight shot. Make sure to keep the club head square to the ball and the target. The second step is to aim your feet just right of the target a couple of degrees, probably 5-10 degrees. By aiming your feet to the right of the flag and keeping the club head square to the ball, you are closing your stance. This will put a draw on the ball.
Take a normal back swing and be sure to keep your head down. Rotate your body and follow through with the swing. If done properly, your ball with have a right to left draw while in flight.
This will show you how to add 20, 30 or 50 more yards to your drives (Step by step)
Making the Perfect Divot
Have you ever watched a professional hit a golf ball with a mid to high iron? Odds are you will see them hit a huge divot. I am talking something the size of a small animal pelt goes flying through the air 10 feet in front of them. You might wonder why when you hit a divot the ball doesn’t fly into the sky? You might wonder why when you hit a divot the ball was hit flat and only goes 100 yards instead of 170. Today’s Golf Tip of the day will teach you how to create the proper divot.
Unlike most of you, professionals make their divots in front of the ball not behind it. When you make a divot behind the ball you will chunk it. When you make a divot in front of the ball you will launch it high into the sky.
You can tell a lot about a divot: such as alignment. If your divot is pointing directly at your target, then you had an excellent swing hitting the ball square. If the divot is pointing slightly to the right of the target, then you have an open swing.
Now to the important question: How do you make a divot in front of the ball? It is really quite simple, but it requires a lot of practice. You need to get your hands forward in your swing. Your hands should cross the ball before the club does.
A way to practice making divots in front of the ball is to line up at the driving range like you are taking a shot and place a tee about 2-3 inches in front of the ball. And leave the tee raised about an inch. Your goal is to hit that tee. Try to knick the top of it and make it fly up. If you take a few swings and do not hit the tee, then you are still keeping your hands back.
Keep practicing this many times until you can successfully make a proper divot.