How To Add 30+ Yards To Your Driver With One Downswing Move
Sometimes the way folks initiate the downswing with the driver is a little bit off and it ends up costing them a lot of distance.
We know there is a correlation between angle of attack – or how your club head approaches the ball – and distance off the tee. Relative to the same club head speed, increasing angle of attack can add significant distance to your drives.
Joe Mayo recently put out a video where he describes how when watching really good drivers of the golf ball you will see that from the top of their backswing the club head center of mass moves upward, back behind them and around towards the target.
What I see more of is people working the club head and hands down and towards the ball. The problem with that is that makes the angle of attack too steep. You can hit the ball solid and hit fairways this way, but you are costing yourself distance.
You want the club head to take the widest circle possible to the golf ball for the best angle of attack and optimum distance.
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