All rights reserved. Super Stormy day here in Auckland today so hope things are Just Fine where you are, cheers! I am hoping that this new 430 will allow me to do exactly what you have demonstrated in your graphics above. Click here to manually choose a theme Mark Community Read Forums Members Gallery Blogs Pages Mark all as read Help Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account?
A little bit of upper body tilt back creates contact on the upswing and thus better angle at impact. Top Mon, 20/06/2005 - 16:06 #2 Longshot You may well be hitting down on the driver rather than on the up swing. Thirdly, you should look at the shaft length of your driver. This feature is not available right now. http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/topic/384877-forgiving-low-trajectory-low-spin-stiff-driver/
In summary, the closer you can get to achieving your optimum launch angle and spin rate, the farther you’re going to hit the ball. You can diagnose your misses very easily on the practice range by applying Dr. With the correct conditions, this shot will work better most of the time, but whenever better golfers see added height they instantly think less roll and less overall distance. Usually an average or slower than average swing speed will benefit from higher lofts. (has to do with amount of backspin generated and other science stuff) permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]tprb52 0 points1 point2 points 1
Signing up is free, and you'll see fewer ads and can talk with fellow golf enthusiasts! mygolfinstructor 54,810 views 2:29 How To Hit A Driver Stinger - Duration: 4:52. If you’re struggling to find the sweet spot on your driver, there are several things you can do from an equipment standpoint to help boost your ball speeds and distance—not to Hitting Driver Too High In addition, you might want to go to a lighter (less gram weight), more flexible shaft with a lower kickpoint, or bend profile, which will help kick the head upward and
as long as they can maintain accuracy," he said. How To Hit A Low Driver Shot More dynamic loft 14 degrees and a higher launch angle at 12.5 degrees. The TC has spoken /\/\/\ Edit: I should have read the post by ST before posting my reply as it is very informative as well. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]tylerm99Lefty | 5.1 index 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(0 children)I know, pretty frustrating.
The bottom line is that proper spin is dependent on the player. mdl 123 Golfaholic 2,010 posts 123 Location: Los Angeles Index: 9.0 Plays: Righty Post #2 Posted May 29, 2012 This could be tons of things, and I'm not Driver Trajectory Too High lol Reply Report comment Tom Stickney Mar 13, 2014 at 10:47 am Callaway's alpha driver also needs to be lofted up. How To Hit A Lower Trajectory Drive permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Idras_Hairline1.4 2 points3 points4 points 1 year ago(1 child)Forget it dude.
You can't tell /r/golfers anything. Jump to navigation Search form Search LogIn Sign Up HomeReviewsReviews HomeEquipment reviewsTravelCoursesTips and InstructionTips and Instruction HomeGetting startedBest tips and instructionDrivingIron playChippingBunker playPuttingNewsNews HomeEquipment NewsGolf NewsCourse NewsCompetitionsInterviewsVideoForum30 Day Fitness Having one without the other leads to incomplete instruction. Take that low, flat driving shot in from Golfer 1 and use it on a slightly downhill and hard running fairway. Low Trajectory Driver Shafts
While teaching and fitting, I often run into old attitudes that “good” players have regarding what they want out of their driver distance-wise and how it should be created. Had a 10.5 degree G10 and for every bomb there was a "where the F did that go?" No feel a too long in their is a bad combination. Reply Report comment LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Advertisement Nike launches Air Jordan 13 golf shoes… tired of this trend yet? I'd say see if there's anywhere to do a driver fitting where they can pair a head and shaft match for you.
This website is owned and published by Crash Media Group Ltd. Hitting Driver Too Low Allows me to hit up on the ball a bit more. Jump to content Search Advanced Search section: This topic ForumsMembersHelp Files Gallery Calendar Blogs Pages Sign In Create Account Home Tour Opinion Equipment Instruction WITB Store ClubWRX Forums Main Forum
Anyways, just thought I'd jump in and offer my opinion. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites mdl 123 Golfaholic 2,010 posts 123 Location: Los They both attack the ball within a certain range (probably between +- 3 or 4 degrees) with success. Have been striking the ball quite well with all clubs, including driver, but driver distance hasn't been matching up comparatively to other clubs. Never had that happen before.
Sign in to report inappropriate content. Rick Shiels has an excellent explanation of it in his video. The most important thing to look at is the clubhead, because some heads are designed to launch the ball high with more spin, while others are designed to launch it low Golfer 1 Golfer 1 hits a low, flat, bullet-type drives, and while this is great for certain conditions it does not work optimally unless the fairways are running firm and fast.
Andrew Rice 82,818 views 1:34 Loading more suggestions... iGolftv 74,228 views 2:37 Golf Distance: How To Hit The Driver Longer - Duration: 7:36. There are shafts that will keep the ball down, but you could try moving it back just a little and reducing tee height a very small amount. Reply Report comment Tom Stickney Mar 16, 2014 at 8:24 pm I'd suggest calling Scott Felix at Felix Clubworks in Memphis, TN and seeing when you can get an appt.
It is about feel, consistency, and desired ballflight. One was 9 and one was 10.5. i have a prolaunch red in the rapture as well but would still prefer something a bit lower. By David Dusek September 13, 2016 10:20 am shares share tweet sms send email By: David Dusek | September 13, 2016 10:20 am Many manufacturers have in recent years touted extremely
High or low: How much driver backspin is best? And remove other annoying "stuff" in between posts? I'd love to buy a new driver, just not one that's shorter than my current one) Reply Report comment tom stickney Mar 15, 2014 at 1:52 pm Older technology necessitated lower He sets up around 3:45 ish.
Thanks in advance for any and all advice. He had a great 10.5* driver that he hit well, but he claimed it went too high. I hate to tell many golfers this, but 90 percent of the golfers today have NO idea that they don’t carry the ball anywhere near to the place where the ball