The Two Most Important Factors For Hitting Your Driver Farther
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There are three main components to hitting your driver farther – solidness of contact, angle of attack and speed. Of those three hitting the ball in the middle of the face is the easiest to improve. Generating more speed usually requires more work while increasing angle of attack doesn’t require as much work. So, in this video we’re going to focus on hitting the ball in the middle of the face and hitting up on the ball to gain distance.
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