HOW TO HIT A GOLF BALL
WITH A DRIVER
HELPFUL TIPS ON HOW TO HIT A GOLF BALL WITH A DRIVER
By Ken Liebeskind
You may be thinking of buying a 460cc driver, but that doesn't guarantee you'll hit booming drives, because you have to know how to hit a golf ball with a driver first. The key to hitting the ball farther with a modern driver is a high launch combined with a low spin rate. The goal is to get enough spin to achieve lift, while minimizing or eliminating drag. Here are a few tips on how to hit a golf ball with a driver that will help you hit your new club.
* Tee the Ball Higher - The old adage that you should set the ball in the middle of the club face changes with large 460cc drivers. Now when planning how to hit a golf ball with a driver start by teeing the ball around three quarters the height of the club, the top of the ball sitting just above the top of the club. You'll need a longer tee, too.
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*Hit the Ball on Your Upswing - the goal is to hit the ball as you push through the swing, which leads to a higher launch angle and lower spin rate. Hitting up on the ball means you're not hitting down so you automatically produce less back spin, which improves launch. That's a real key to how to hit a golf ball with a driver.
...Now you know how to hit a golf ball with a driver, but do you know how to buy a driver? If you want a 460cc driver that outhits the others and gives you a chance to hit booming drives that reach short par 4s, you must get the Condor SQ Weighted Driver from www.scientificgolfclubs.com. From the site that specializes in scientifically designed clubs comes the driver with the 460cc max head that is coated with armor piercing metal that is twice as hard as steel and 70 percent harder than titanium.
It's the driver that outhits the most popular drivers by up to 22 yards. And it's not just a distance club because its square head improves accuracy by 27 percent by squaring the club at impact, so it doesn't rotate like traditional oval shaped clubs.
Once you learn how to hit a golf ball with a driver, your next step is to get the driver that will hit the golf ball farther and straighter than the rest.