Cart Lag Creator Drill – 20 Extra Yards Now!

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The key to gaining distance and to begin creating a more effortless, repeatable swing is to understand and incorporating lag into your golf swing. Creating lag, which is done by retaining your wrist release on the downswing is what separates high and low handicappers. On the downswing, when your arms reach 9:00, the club should be pointing …

Add Yards with the Split Grip Drill

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If your arms collapse at the top of your swing, you’re stealing your ability to create power and hit the ball further. This common fault is most commonly seen with beginners, especially women and seniors. At the top of your backswing, when you reach the top, the club should be held out as far as possible from your …

3 Secrets to 30 Extra Yards off the Tee

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We are all looking for more distance on our drives, whether its buying a new driver, taking a lesson, or trying out a new swing technique, there’s always a way to get a couple extra yards. Below are three tried and tested techniques that I can assure you will add an extra ten yards to your drives if performed properly …

Extension Drill – Hit it Further

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The backswing is one of the most important determinants in creating and retaining power. A break down in the first few movements of the backswing can rob your swing of power and reduce your chance of solid contact. Many instructors have talked about a one-piece takeaway; this move involves the arms, wrists and club moving away from address together. Seen …

Pop the Balloon for More Distance

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Involving your legs in your downswing is a key component in utilizing the power your swing creates. If done properly, you can add an extra 10-20 yards to your tee shots. To do this, your left knee needs to kiss the right one as the club comes into impact.

4 Secrets to More Yards

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This time in your search for extra yards; forget about buying the next great driver. Instead, take this lesson to heart, practice the drills herein and you’ll start to see some real improvement in your game.

Lag Creator Drill – Gain More Distance

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Creating lag in the downswing is the key to hitting the ball further. Lag is the angle created by your club and lead arm by delaying your wrist release on the downswing (the image here shows it all). I see it time and time again, students come to me and ask how they can hit further, and the answer is …

The Top Distance Drainers and How to Fix Them

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Most golfers are trying to add yards to their drives… and why not? I’d much rather have a 7 iron into a par four than a 5 iron… or even have a better chance of reaching a par 5 in two. In this post, I will describe the most common ways players lose distance and also suggest drills and tips …

The Truth About Distance

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To help generate additional club head speed and greater distance, the key is to retain your release angle. The release angle is the angle created by your left arm and the shaft on the downswing (lag). Put simply, the more acute this angle is and the longer it is maintained into impact, the further the golf ball will travel.