Are you struggling with being consistent with your driver? Do you need to make a change? Maybe not! It might be as simple as recognizing where you are making contact on the face of the driver. Do you know you can solve this problem with face tape or Dr. Scholl’s foot powder. I see a lot of swings like yours on the driving range. Do you ask yourself why the ball goes where it goes?
I see strike patterns all over the face of the driver. How can you be consistent if one time you contact the ball on the toe, then the heel or low or high on the face. It’s impossible and frustrating. Some of my best lessons with students and especially junior golfers come from spraying the driver face with Dr. Scholl’s foot powder and getting immediate feedback. You will be amazed how quickly you can become a better driver of the golf ball.
In this video, you will see how by training yourself to make correct contact on the club face will benefit your overall driving consistency!
Once you do this a couple of times you will find you don’t have to swing 110 mph to get the greatest results. Better contact and a faster swing speed will help you with consistency. You will start to figure out your path and face angles to make center face contact. The greatest distance and accuracy in driving is gained through this skill.
The only way for you to benefit is to go to the driving range today and try this out. You will gain consistency with your driver when you start consistently hitting the ball out of the center of the club face. You will improve distance, direction, curvature and shoot lower scores in the process!