Driving Tips & Drills
Recent Driving Tips
Hit Up With the Driver
We all can't swing it 120 mph, but we can maximize distance with the swings we have. In this tip, Andrew Rice tells you how swinging up on the ball with the driver will help you pick up distance without swinging any faster.
- Feel the clubhead traveling from low-to-high through impact
- Practice with 3 golf balls placed a grip length in front of your teed up ball to imagine hitting up on the ball
Driving Tips from Tour Pros
Driving: In-Depth Episodes
How can I increase my driving distance?
We all are looking for a little more distance off the tee. In this segment from Build A Better Game: Maximum Distance, Kyle Berkshire explains how weight shift and extension help him generate the power that has led to him being the longest driver in the world. Clubhead speed can also be increased with specific workouts. In this fitness tip, Don Saladino demonstrates one of his favorite exercises to help you swing faster. Finally, if you're looking for drills to do on the range that will help you hit it farther, this Devan Bonebrake tip from The Golf Fix is for you.
How do you hit your driver consistently?
Hitting is far is fun, but finding fairways consistently is an easy way to lower your score. One fun drill that will help you tighten up your misses with the driver is Clay Ballard's Goldilocks Drill. Want an on course tip? Check out this Martin Chuck tip about strategy of the tee and this segment from The Golf Fix about shot shaping based on hazards.