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Golf Tip of the Fortnight
When you hit your driver off the tee you must swing "above the ground" (clipping the tee, but not touching the grass). If you start with your driver resting lightly on the ground at address
that means you actually have to swing higher than that through impact to avoid hitting the grass doesn't it?
The answer is yes, but many people actually swing down lower (oops, skyball, chunkster or
drop-kick) in an attempt to hit the ball hard or keep their head down.
Stay balanced and keep your rhythm smooth when hitting a driver. Do NOT try to hit the ball hard. Also make sure that your posture stays
up through impact so you won't touch the ground.
Golf swing and short game techniques are covered in simple and user-friendly detail in my books, "The Your Golf series," shown in the graphic above (and a couple to the right).
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