The genius who said that you drive for show and putt for dough must have hit his drive all of 190 downhill and downwind! If you don’t drive the ball effectively, this game is very difficult to enjoy or score. Golfers are always looking for golf distance tips from any who offer them. If you are out with the guys, you know that golf is bound to come up in the conversation. Have you ever wondered why good golfers seem to swing easy and yet blister the ball 290 down the middle?
At a minimum, all the golfers I play with can at least have a good time as long as they are getting off the tee in respectable shape even if they are not scoring worth a hoot. However, is you find yourself telling your playing partners after your tee shots that you will meet them on the green and then go hiking in the woods for your ball, you know the pain of having a nice round of golf destroyed because you can’t get off the tee. There has to be some magic potient, right? There has to be some magic formula that good golfers all have but are unwilling or unable to share with the rest of us.. Well, take it from me, there is no magic pill. There is no quick fix. There is not a new driver on the market that takes an ugly swing and transforms it into 290 yard straight drives. The solution to better driving and more solid shots is balance and consistency.
The key is to start from the beginning. Take 1 aspect of the swing at a time. The beginning is the grip, then the stance and then the swing. I tried all the fast fixes and changing drivers and perusing golf digest for other golf distance tips and new putting secrets. I did have one secret weapon to help me from the ground up: Eric Jones’ 5 Keys to Golf Distance.
This program was the only one that made sense to me as far as the teaching of the proper plane and balance, which to me was the key. The key to the system is based on achieveing balance and utilizeing leverage to find untapped power. You feel part of the community of golfers who are all trying to improve and enjoy the game we all love to the fullest.
If you need a complete solution for you golf swing training, Eric’s product is a great choice.
Harry Hackinruff is a golfing nut who writes about his quest to achieve adding golf distance to his game. His webpage is not only about his interesting and funny stories about searching for golf distance, but he also has many articles about sports, fitness and health.
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