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?
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?
When it comes to the backswing, one of the biggest issues you will see is when a player gets the club across the line at the top.
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.
Most golfers have heard at one time or another that to hit solid shots they need to "release" the club.