Golf Long Drive Technique-upswing


The golf swing is an interlocking process, with each stroke being closely linked to the other. In this chain reaction process, the initial movements are the most important, as they determine the shape of the swing and are also directly related to the quality of the entire swing. The correct aiming position and the start of the club will increase the player's chances of success and make the shot more consistent.


1. It is crucial to check your posture carefully before you swing. First, check that your body angle is correct, then check that your center of gravity is properly distributed (move your center of gravity slightly to the right when using a longer club), then check that the ball is in the right position, and finally check that the ball is at the right height.

2. During the initial 60-75 box meters of the upswing, both arms must have a sense of working together. By working together, the arms will drive the left shoulder, left knee, and left skeleton together in the direction of the ball, while the upper body will follow the twist, and the hands and wrists are basically passive in this process.
3. As the body twists and the arms swing upward, the wrists begin to turn. The clubhead should be positioned to point skyward when the arms are drawn up to 9 o'clock on a clock dial.
What is the right height for the tee?

It's a waste of time if you don't use your tee effectively. But what is the right
height for the tee? Generally, when the clubhead is placed on the ground, the top of the face of the first wood should be level with the middle of the ball on the tee. Most of the time, whatever the size of the club and the shape of the clubhead, there is nothing wrong with following this approach to determine the height of the driver. You can also use this method to determine your loft when using a club with a large loft or a 3-wood off the tee.