Improve Your Golf Driving Distance

Improve Your Golf Driving Distance

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Since: Dec 12


#1 Jan 7, 2013
How do I improve my golf driving distance? I hear this question daily. This is the dream of almost every amateur golfer. To hit it longer. To achieve this goal is not what you pictured. Stop buying more clubs! Don't hit another practice ball! And even take a break from your golf instructor.

There is no mystery to keeping your drives straight once you admit to yourself that you need help. The first step is admission, the second step is to seek help. Not just any persons help, you need to find someone who knows what they are talking about. Now to achieve longer golf driving distance and keep your ball accurate and straight is no mean feat, ask any professional, never mind an amateur, they will all tell you they struggled with this problem and to overcome it they too sought help.

As you may well already have noticed, as golfers we're continuously seeing golf clubs being advertised, with the manufacturers telling us that their best golf clubs will allow you to hit your ball an extra 20 or 30 yards without any additional effort. Excuse my language, but in my opinion, it's a load of bullshit because you, and only you, are responsible for the way you swing your club. If you're physically unfit then even the best club in the world won't make any difference to your swing.

Practice your set up, you can do this without a ball or even a club, just take the time to find the balance within you. Take your stance as though you are about to take a shot and then mentally go through your body and become aware of where your center of gravity is. A powerful drive needs a firm foundation and so your balance must be right.

The most important thing, have a positive attitude and don't get angry if you missed a shot. If you get angry, then your focusing ability will have to suffer over this and you won't ever get a good shot with taylor made r11 irons. Golf is about enjoyment and you shouldn't get angry and also be in for high chances of getting injured.

To improve driving distance you must take this attitude. If not, be ready to accept the same swing, game and results you've been getting for a long time. I don't mean to mix words, but the truth is needed. No sugar-coating! This is "throwing all the cards on the table" and deciding how bad you want to improve your golf driving distance with clubs from r11 irons for sale online shop.

Also, flexibility and the right amount of strength and a well shaped body are mandatory for success. If you don't have these yet, then you should check in with a nutritionist that can give you specific advice when it comes to this. Generally people that are playing golf are not aware of these simple tips and they just wonder what is it that they are doing wrong and why can't they get those awesome swings that other people are able to craft out.

How many times have you been to the driving range and seen somebody hitting the ball right to the back fence? For a long time I dreamed about doing that, but no matter how hard I tried I could never seem to get the yardage that other people were getting.

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