Additional Golf Tips For Driving (Video) - by Pete Styles
Additional Golf Tips For Driving (Video) - by Pete Styles Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Here are a couple of other considerations you might have when you are hitting the driver on the golf course for one of those first few rounds you are tying to play. You want to try to maximize the potential to get the driver or the tee shot in play as much and often as possible. One of the 1st things might be if you get a situation where there's out of bounds or house at let's say a lake or an out of bounds fancies down the left side then when you're on the tee box you'll have a couple of teeing markers that you've got to place the ball somewhere in between the you can actually maximize your percentage chance of hitting the fairway by positioning the ball in the right place within those markers. For example if the danger is down the left side and bear with me here because it sounds a bit strange I'm actually going to set up on the left hand side. I'm going to stand nearer to the hosel and so if the hosel is behind me I'm going to stand near with about side because that then allows me to aim away from the hole and play out towards the middle of the fairway consider the other option.

If I set up the way on to this side so I'm away from the danger but now the middle of the fairway is actually back towards the house and I'm actually aiming more towards the house that. So consider how you want to be near the houses to hit away from it rather than away from it hitting back towards it so work out the best angle to tee your ball up remember it can be anywhere with in the teeing ground. So don't you stand always in the middle use the width of the tee to give you the best angles. Other considerations might be that if you're playing downwind you don't always have to hit the driver who's going to be times when we actually want to hit different shots. So down into the ball's going to go quite a long way particularly if you can get the ball in the air. So we might use something like a fairway wood or a hybrid club to actually give the ball a little bit more height and get it shifting downwind rather than hitting driver all the time. Which goes too low and sometimes more difficult to use. Downwind will often go just as far one of the considerations just be careful when you're nervous. So the 1st tee nerves using the driver 1st swing of the day might not have too much success it might be better to use a shorter club an easier to hit club fairway wood hybrid club something like that popped up in the air. Keep that in play rather than bashing the driver when you're particularly nervous use those 3 tips try and improve your driving.

2017-05-09

Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Here are a couple of other considerations you might have when you are hitting the driver on the golf course for one of those first few rounds you are tying to play. You want to try to maximize the potential to get the driver or the tee shot in play as much and often as possible. One of the 1st things might be if you get a situation where there's out of bounds or house at let's say a lake or an out of bounds fancies down the left side then when you're on the tee box you'll have a couple of teeing markers that you've got to place the ball somewhere in between the you can actually maximize your percentage chance of hitting the fairway by positioning the ball in the right place within those markers. For example if the danger is down the left side and bear with me here because it sounds a bit strange I'm actually going to set up on the left hand side. I'm going to stand nearer to the hosel and so if the hosel is behind me I'm going to stand near with about side because that then allows me to aim away from the hole and play out towards the middle of the fairway consider the other option.

If I set up the way on to this side so I'm away from the danger but now the middle of the fairway is actually back towards the house and I'm actually aiming more towards the house that. So consider how you want to be near the houses to hit away from it rather than away from it hitting back towards it so work out the best angle to tee your ball up remember it can be anywhere with in the teeing ground. So don't you stand always in the middle use the width of the tee to give you the best angles. Other considerations might be that if you're playing downwind you don't always have to hit the driver who's going to be times when we actually want to hit different shots. So down into the ball's going to go quite a long way particularly if you can get the ball in the air. So we might use something like a fairway wood or a hybrid club to actually give the ball a little bit more height and get it shifting downwind rather than hitting driver all the time. Which goes too low and sometimes more difficult to use. Downwind will often go just as far one of the considerations just be careful when you're nervous. So the 1st tee nerves using the driver 1st swing of the day might not have too much success it might be better to use a shorter club an easier to hit club fairway wood hybrid club something like that popped up in the air. Keep that in play rather than bashing the driver when you're particularly nervous use those 3 tips try and improve your driving.