How to Practice Your Driver

The driver should be an easy club to hit. The ball sits up on a tee and the clubface is huge. You’re almost standing upright when you swing.

Yet it’s the club golfers have the least success with. Here’s how to change that.

Take a driver and a 9-iron. Warm up with the 9. When you’re hitting them well, one after the other, put it down and pick up your driver. Swing your driver with a little bit of 9-iron in it.

After a few of those, go back to the 9-iron and put a bit of driver into it.

Keep going back and forth, bringing one club into the other, until you are using the same swing for both clubs.

That’s how you practice your driver.

BTW, all your other clubs fit inside this swing, too.

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