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Tip of the Week: Hit your driver flush more often

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Most golfers understand that if they want to maximize distance with the driver that they need to hit the ball in the center of the clubface.

When it comes to poor contact, however, many of those same golfers seem to be most concerned about shots hit off the heel or toe.



But as School of Golf host Martin Hall explains in this video segment, you're also going to lose valuable yardage if you're hitting the ball too high or too low on the clubface.

If that's an issue you struggle with, Hall, with the help of LPGA major winner Karen Stupples, has a couple of drills to help you remedy that problem and get more out of your tee shots.

For more tips from Golf Channel to help you drive the ball better, click here.