If you find that your golf ball flight with the driver is consistently too low, there are several factors you can consider and adjustments you can make to help increase the launch angle and achieve a higher ball flight. Here are some tips:

  1. Tee Height: Check your tee height. If the ball is teed too low, it can restrict the clubhead's ability to strike the ball on the upswing. Experiment with teeing the ball slightly higher to promote a higher launch angle.
  2. Ball Position: Ensure that the ball is positioned correctly in your stance. Placing the ball too far back in your stance can lead to a downward strike, resulting in a lower ball flight. Try moving the ball slightly forward in your stance to encourage a more upward strike.
  3. Angle of Attack: Pay attention to your angle of attack. To achieve a higher ball flight, you want to have a slightly upward angle of attack at impact. Focus on sweeping the ball off the tee with a shallow and ascending strike.
  4. Loft of the Driver: Consider the loft of your driver. Drivers come in various loft options, and if you're consistently hitting the ball too low, you might benefit from a higher lofted driver. A higher loft can help launch the ball higher off the tee.
  5. Clubhead Speed: Assess your clubhead speed. A slower clubhead speed can result in a lower ball flight. Working on improving your swing speed through proper technique and fitness training can help increase the launch angle and distance.
  6. Swing Path and Release: Evaluate your swing path and release. A swing path that is too steep or a late release can contribute to a lower ball flight. Aim for a more sweeping swing path and a well-timed release to promote a higher launch.
  7. Shaft Flex: Consider the flex of your driver shaft. If the shaft is too stiff for your swing speed, it can lead to a lower ball flight. Getting properly fitted for a driver with the appropriate shaft flex can optimize your launch conditions.
  8. Impact Conditions: Pay attention to the quality of your impact. Striking the ball on the sweet spot of the clubface with a square face angle is crucial for maximizing launch and distance. Work on your swing mechanics and consistency to improve your impact conditions.

Remember that making changes to your swing or equipment might require some experimentation and adjustment. It can be beneficial to seek advice from a professional golf instructor or club fitter who can assess your swing and provide personalized recommendations. They can help identify any specific issues and guide you toward the adjustments needed to achieve a higher ball flight with your driver.