Two major (and often overlooked) ingredients for smoking the ball in the center of the driver face coming to you in this video
- You need to know visually where the driver head is tracking
- You need to see where the bottom of the arc is to know how to position the ball in the stance
Without this information, the brain is going at it blindly and will not give up focus on the ball during the swing. Your target might as well be on another planet, because that is probably where the ball will end up anyways!
Tip of the week: When, why, and how to draw your wedges
Top 100 teacher Tom Stickney explains when you’ll want to draw your wedge approach shots in to stick it close (and how to do it).
Tip of the week: Where to leave the ball
Top 100 teacher Tom Stickney explains how, rather than blindly firing at pins, thinking about where to leave the ball and where you want to putt from are key.
Matthew Wolff swing analysis – Part 1: Starting the swing
This is going to be a fun series because it will take us back a good 14 years on YouTube with some of our videos!
The whole golf teaching industry just got smashed with a major disruption and we here at Wisdom in Golf are loving every minute of it! So enjoy our series, whether it is a walk down memory lane and a great validation for what you are working on or of you just got a nice wakeup call as to what is now possible for your golf game!
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