If you're like pretty much every other amateur golfer on the planet, being able to bomb it off the tee is the dream.
While average golfers typically struggle with multiple aspects of the game, hitting fairway woods off of the ground is especially problematic.
Why is that the case?
There are many teaching and playing professionals who believe a straight shot is one of the most difficult golf shots to hit.
Everyone who plays the game of golf is familiar with the term backswing.
The advent of launch monitors has given golfers the knowledge that they can add more distance off the tee by hitting up on the ball.
But how exactly does one do that?