A golf driver tip to remember
Every golfer wants to know the best golf driver tip. I hate to disappoint you, but there are many great golf driver tips that may be the key to unlocking monster units for you. Every month golf magazines have dozens of tips, but none of them get to the root of the problem.
If I had the opportunity to write a golf driver tip for a magazine, I would say something against the norm. Something that teaching instructors would not like to hear. Want to know what it is? It is not a quick fix, because they never work in the long run. The only thing that works in the long run is working on you.
Your body has a current level of physical ability.
I don’t care how many balls you hit at halftime; how many lessons do you take; and what driver are you swinging. Hitting the ball further requires an increase in club speed. Time course. So hitting more balls or having more lessons is not going to improve that.
The only thing that can improve the clubhead’s speed is to strengthen its core rotational strength and flexibility. Its core is the engine of its balance sheet. A weak or inflexible core will not give you the results you are looking for.
Golf swings a return and a turn through. Isn’t it as simple as you can do that? If that’s true, why wouldn’t it improve your body’s ability to spin faster and more powerfully? This is the ticket for longer trips!
Do you want an easy one that you can do right in your chair?
Cross your arms in front of your chest. Sit tall and upright. With a fixed head position, rotate right and left slowly. See how far you can go. Do this over and over. Do this 20 or 30 times when you think about it and I guarantee you will feel it.
Since time is such a valuable commodity, you have to be creative.
I hope I didn’t disappoint you with this golf driver tip.