How to hit the ball further from the tee

Scientific testing of golf swing

Smashing the ball from the tee makes golf fun. And if there’s something I get asked over and over is

What can I do to hit the ball further?

Way back in 2004 I was part of a biomechanical study of the golf swing. It was pretty full on and the scientists helped me understand all sorts of things;

  • A mechanical advantage that helps increase clubhead speed
  • How to reduce the chance of injury without losing power
  • The correct way to start the downswing so you can simplify the swing and reduce the chance of hooks and slices
  • The correct way to use the arms (and it isn’t what you think it is)
  • How to control the downswing so your body gets into the perfect hitting position
  • Why the forearms DO NOT need to rotate during impact (this is controversial but incredibly important)
  • How to maximise distance and still keep
  • The secrets of the best players in the world and why they can hit the ball so far and make it look easy

The bottom line? I now know the simplest and easiest ways of hitting the ball further and straighter. The scientists picked up a few controversial things that go against the grain and tradition. But it’s these things that make all the difference.

My previous webinar on putting was a huge success. I’d now like to invite you to my next webinar on The Scientific Secrets To a Longer and Straighter Drive. There’s no cost (yep, it’s free) and I let loose and give you all of my best information on playing golf with more power.

Go here now to learn how to hit the ball further from the tee.

If you haven’t seen the putting webinar yet then do so here

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