Driving Range Tips For The Driver

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Sean Casey, Director of Instruction Clublink Academy at Glen Abby Golf Course in Oakville, ON. in conjunction with TaylorMade present a concise illustration of what and how to workout a practice routine at the driving range. This video takes into account that your stretching a warm up is already completed. It specifically talks about the driver in this tutorial. Sean Casey speaks to three key points:

Set Up

Consistent Club Head Speed

Holding The Follow Through

The set up that Sean recommends is very similar to most golf instructors. The best tip I found was how Sean asks us to listen for where the club head speed first generates a sound and where in the down stroke that you hear it. It takes some concentration and practice, but if your aware of it you can hear it. Mr. Casey emphasizes consistency. The consistency in your swing can be realized in a follow through that remains in balance. Now you’re ready to attack the ball. A good set up, maximum club head speed at the point of contact and a posed follow through. I found the points that Sean highlighted to be helpful in gaining distance as well as accuracy. I hope you do as well.


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