Potential Problems With Hovering The Golf Driver (Video)
Potential Problems With Hovering The Golf Driver (Video)

One of the potential problems that you can have with hovering in the golf club just before you strike the shot is a sensation of how to trigger the golf swing. So what do all the people do is they have problem pulling the club away from the ball. So, first of all when he is on the ground, but also if that club is stranded a lot of people use the word in mid air that actually get and a starter can quite be a quite difficult thing to do.

However, using the hover as the trigger is probably the best way to get over this particular problem. So if you’re struggling to take the club away when it's grounded, if you're struggling to actually the trigger the golf swing a lot of people use a little forward presses, a lot of people just use a tap of the foot, little triggers to get the club moving and then if you're up in the air and you're still struggling to pull the club away try and combine those two positions that act as the trigger. Now what I mean by that? Is if you get the ball up on the tee and you'll get yourself into a setup position. Getting settled behind the ball and then just before you hit club is rested on the ground, club is lifted into the hovering position and then it's pulled away and that should help stop the feeling and being stuck address when it's on the ground and it should help stop the feeling and being stuck when it's hovering in mid air. Combining those two together will get a sensation of getting the golf swing started. So getting setup club first of all on the ground then into the hover and then into the swing. There should be very minimal pause in between these things. So on the ground, hover and then swing and using that type of drill, using that type of timing should help free up that backswing a little bit more.
2016-10-25

One of the potential problems that you can have with hovering in the golf club just before you strike the shot is a sensation of how to trigger the golf swing. So what do all the people do is they have problem pulling the club away from the ball. So, first of all when he is on the ground, but also if that club is stranded a lot of people use the word in mid air that actually get and a starter can quite be a quite difficult thing to do.

However, using the hover as the trigger is probably the best way to get over this particular problem. So if you’re struggling to take the club away when it's grounded, if you're struggling to actually the trigger the golf swing a lot of people use a little forward presses, a lot of people just use a tap of the foot, little triggers to get the club moving and then if you're up in the air and you're still struggling to pull the club away try and combine those two positions that act as the trigger.

Now what I mean by that? Is if you get the ball up on the tee and you'll get yourself into a setup position. Getting settled behind the ball and then just before you hit club is rested on the ground, club is lifted into the hovering position and then it's pulled away and that should help stop the feeling and being stuck address when it's on the ground and it should help stop the feeling and being stuck when it's hovering in mid air. Combining those two together will get a sensation of getting the golf swing started.

So getting setup club first of all on the ground then into the hover and then into the swing. There should be very minimal pause in between these things. So on the ground, hover and then swing and using that type of drill, using that type of timing should help free up that backswing a little bit more.