The Most EFFECTIVE Driver Technique For Longer And Straighter Drives

In this video, I’m sharing the most effective driver technique for longer and straighter drives. This technique will help you stay on the road and avoid any accident!

If you’re looking for ways to increase your driving distance and accuracy, then you need to watch this video! This is the most effective driver technique for longer and straighter drives, and it will help you lower your scores. Watch and learn how to use this technique for a more efficient drive!

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7 Replies to “The Most EFFECTIVE Driver Technique For Longer And Straighter Drives”

  1. Excellent…thank YouTube…:-)

  2. Len S says:

    Every time I tried to crush it today the results were not good. I’m 61 and my best drive today was 285 when I tried to just swing smooth and make good contact.

  3. Fulvio Frijo says:

    OMG, that's me!!! This is going to help big time. Thanks

  4. SFretchillin says:

    Kid you not, found myself struggling with this today at the range. Maintaining a good spine tilt through impact is something I struggle with and usually why Ill have miss hits mid round. If I start topping the ball, it’s usually because I’m loosing my spine angle through impact.

  5. same steps for irons also? great tip, thanks.

  6. the GEOdude says:

    Can’t wait to try this at the range!

  7. Unbelievably simple and unbelievably effective. Thanks so much for that tip!!

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