I have never met a player who doesn’t want to hit the driver longer. The ability to hit the ball further down the fairway and thus closer to the green makes it easier to not only hit the green but also get the ball closer to the hole, and thus shoot lower scores.


There are a few keys to hitting longer drives and one of them involves your angle of attack to the ball. The angle of attack is a measure of how the club is travelling in relation to the ground at impact, and if you can optimize this you can add distance to your drives without having to increase your club head speed.


In this video I show a simple drill that will allow you to improve this aspect of your impact, thus allowing you to launch the ball higher and thus add 20 yards to your drives.


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Now that you have added 20 yards to your drives you will need to be sure to make ball first contact with your fairway shots. To learn how to achieve that check out this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gjh7loKFmjs


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