I’ve been doing this drill lately to build an identical swing with each club. It pays off throughout the bag, but especially when you get to the driver. It also takes a lot of discipline.
You’re going to go through your bag, from the most-lofted club to the least lofted (probably your driver), and hit a good shot with each club, using the same swing with each club. You only get to hit one shot with each club. Thirteen swings. No do-overs.
By the same swing I mean the same movement, same rhythm, same tempo. THE SAME. This is the whole point of the drill.
The only thing that will change is your posture as the club shafts get longer.
This is a very difficult drill. First of all, you want to hit 13 good shots and you only get one chance with each club. Hitting 13 good shots in a row isn’t easy.
Second, as the clubs get longer, the temptation to swing harder or to get the clubhead on the ball in a different way is great. But you can’t do that. Each swing has to be the same.
The reason you want to have the same swing for every club is that one swing is easier to learn, easier to rely on, and makes golf easier to play, than two or three swings do.
You will also learn to trust the design of the longer clubs to get the distance you want from them. As clubs get longer, they have a lengthier shaft and less loft. That alone is enough to send the ball father and farther. You don’t have to make extra effort.
Do this drill (one time) at the driving range. Doing this drill in your pre-round warm-up might be a good idea, too.