My Golf Tips For The Driver
Put You Long In The Fairway

My Golf Tips for the Driver:

To get the most out of my Golf Tips for the Driver, is to follow them in order.  These tips are designed to build up your swing in phases, starting small and making it fuller and fuller.

Why My Golf Tips for the Driver?

Longer tee shots, more fairways hit, more consistency...who does not want that.  Building up your swing with my tips will help you gain all of that for your game.

The driver is a modern player's scoring club.  Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson all use the driver to dominate golf courses and win tournaments. 

The tee shot is one of the most important shots in a round of golf.  If you hit the driver on every par four and five, you will hit that club between 12 and 14 times. The only club you will use more often is your putter.

Increasing your power and accuracy off the tee will lead to lower scores.  It means hitting a shorter iron into the green, which is a huge scoring advantage. It also means less penalty shots for really errant shots.  

How are the lessons structured?

My golf driver lessons are designed to improve your consistency off the tee and get you into the fairway. Also, they will help you hit the ball longer and with a better trajectory.

These detailed and illustrated lessons break the golf swing down into manageable pieces. Each piece of the golf swing is shown in still shot photograghs so you can compare your swing positions with mine.

Each photograph is then described in exact detail so you can use the same position triggers that many of the touring pros use to guarentee consistency and confidence in their tee shots.

If you are new to golf then I highly recommend starting with lesson one and methodically working your way through each lesson when you are ready. It is easy to get caught up in the excitement of hitting long, straight shots. However, if you are patient you will have a lot more success down the road.

Driver - The Modern Scoring Club

Most golfers are familliar with the expression, "you drive for show, and putt for dough". Although it is true that putting and the short game account for most of the scoring in golf, if you can't get off the tee and into the fairway, scoring will still be a problem.

Anybody that has ever struggled with their driver knows the frustration can make you want quit. These lessons are designed to give you a practice routine that will get you back on the right track. It is important to work hard, but it is even more important to work smart.

Enough talking, let's get out and play!

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