A Great way to Visualize your shot and Stay Behind it!

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A Great way to Visualize your shot and Stay Behind it!

A Great way to Visualize your shot and Stay Behind it!

Moving ‘in front’ of the ball on a Driver is a sure way to reduce distance – and consistency!  Because the ball is teed up, you need to make sure that you’re coming in from behind it; which will automatically allow you to hit up on it.  Remember; The Formula for distance is Speed X Mass; ie. How much you move your Body ‘MASS’ into the  ball. In this video I share a tip about how to make this move easier - WITHOUT TRYING to change your swing!  Watch the video below

Longer Drives - Visualizing Your Shot

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By John Paris on

Roger:  The goalposts are a great image. Question:  With my weight shifting to my left side to bring the mass through the ball, is it my head and my upper body which “stays behind” even as my weight posts to the left leg while my left hip opens? 

By Roger Fredericks on

That's correct John.  As the left hip leads the way, it automatically forces the spine to tilt back to the righ; plus the fact that you're hitting up on it on a driver because the ball's teed up.  It does the same thing on an iron, but not nearly as much because you're hitting down on it.