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How To Raise Your Driver Distance

this article courtesy by golferine.com

If you are feeling confident that your setup and swing are fundamentally sound, there are a few adjustments you can make to get extra yardage with the big stick...

  •     Take a slightly wider stance than ordinary to get a more stable base and also to encourage a bit of extra resistance in the backswing.
  •     Hint the right shoulder a Little More. Put about 60% of your weight in your right side at speech
  •     You can place the ball slightly farther forward (directly opposite the large toe) and also teed up slightly higher. I wouldn't invite this to a head wind however
  •     Make sure there's plenty of immunity in the hips and legs. Don't let the knees flex or extend too much as you turn back.
  •     At the top of the backswing, push the entire body weight across by focusing on your belt buckle. Feel like you're spinning the belt buckle round, like a wheel, as swiftly as you can face your target. This is a very different feeling from beginning the downswing with the arms and hands.
  •     Keep up a good rhythm and timing during the swing. Any loss of equilibrium will likely bring about a bad strike on the ball -- which negates everything else you're doing!
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