5 Top 100 Teacher-approved tips to boost your driving distance
- Increase the speed of the backswing.
- Stay back longer during the downswing.
- Proper shoulder tilt at address.
- Make harder practice swings.
- Use your wrists.
How do I make my golf ball go farther?
5 Quick Tips to Hit the Ball Farther
- Watch Your Grip. First, try adjusting your left hand (for righties) a bit inward so that your knuckles are facing your target.
- Move Your Hips. Get your hips involved!
- Shift Your Weight. Transferring your weight is also very important.
- Keep that Lead Arm Straight.
- Turn Your Hands Over.
Why am I not hitting my irons as far?
One reason you might not be hitting the ball very far is that you have too high of a spin rate with your driver and irons. An easy way to spot this is watching how high your shots go in the air. Golf shots that get hit with high back spin rates tend to climb higher into the air.
Do softer golf balls go further?
Do Softer Golf Balls Go Further? As a general rule, soft low compression golf balls will travel further when you hit your driver and irons. With your wedges, soft and firm golf balls should travel the same distance.
Why can I only hit my driver 200 yards?
Hitting a Golf ball over 200 yards is a swing physics problem, the better your technique the less power you need to hit the ball far. The average player uses their arms to swing instead of their body, the base of your swing should be the rotation of the shoulders in the backswing and the legs and hips in the downswing.
Why did I lose distance in golf?
One potential cause of lost distance is striking the ball with the wrong part of the club face. Even if you make a good swing otherwise, you can lose a significant amount of distance simply be striking the ball somewhere other than the sweet spot.
Why is my club face open at impact?
The open club face is caused by too much lead wrist extension (cupping). Wrist extending (cupping/bending) and flexing (bowing/arching) are the motions that open and close the clubface. If you have a lot of wrist extension, it is impossible to consistently remove it right before impact.
Who should use Callaway supersoft?
Off the tee: Understand, the Callaway Supersoft is designed for players with slower clubhead speeds – less than 95 mph or so with the driver. Golfers in that range will love its high launch and hang time; they won’t mind the low sidespin, either, since it minimizes slices and hooks.
The longest golf ball is the Titleist Velocity. This is a two piece ball that is built completely for distance and low ball spin from the tee. Titleist is known for having some of the best golf ball technology on the market, and the Velocity is no exception.
Are refurbished golf balls any good?
Instead of blasting the cover clean and then re-coat and re-paint, these balls are improved cosmetically based on need. Basically, if there is an arrow that needs painting or a logo that’s fading the refurbished process will make them look as good as new.