Breed's Blog - Driver Special
- By Michael Breed
- Jul 9, 2012 8:00 PM ET
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-To hit the driver longer there are three keys. Make sure to complete the backswing, pay attention to lower body rotation and maintain lag in the downswing. Proper sequencing also adds power.
-To hit the driver straighter you need to pay close attention to your stance and ball position, making sure your body and shoulders are parallel to the target line. You should also have less wrist action in the swing, with the most wrist action occuring after impact. A high impact point on the club face will create a low impact point on the ball which helps to avoid slicing.
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