The first step to becoming a better golfer happens on the teebox. Dr. Gary Wiren and Mike Malaska believe that in order to be successful off the tee, you have to first evaluate and improve your drives, which means you should be confident in your ability, play to your tendencies and go through the same routine each time you step up to the ball. Also, when you approach a tee shot with any club, it’s essential that you set up for power, so you shouldn’t force an unnatural posture that puts you in a position that hurts or doesn’t feel comfortable. Finally, our pros discuss what every ambitious golfer wants – to hit the ball further. They emphasize the two basic principles for distance – club head centeredness and speed – and give you some drills and equipment you can use to practice.
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