Golf in the winter often means playing in windy conditions.
The wind combined with colder temperatures means you better be able to control trajectory with your driver if you plan on having success.
Corey Pavin, the 1995 U.S. Open champion, was never the longest player on the PGA Tour, but he was always considered one of the game's most creative drivers of the ball.
In this video segment, Pavin's going to show you how you can hit your tee ball high or low when necessary.
If you take his advice and adjust your setup accordingly, you'll be able to control trajectory off the tee and take better advantage of the conditions you face on the course.
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