Hit It LONGER As You Get OLDER | Best Driver Swing For Senior Golfers

Is this the best driver swing for senior golfers? This simple golf video is giving you the key golf swing instruction to make the best driver swing for seniors. Next go to ▶The Easiest Pitching Technique For Senior Golfers https://youtu.be/3X3JpZjpE04

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How to hit a driver as a senior golf swing to hit longer drives with less effort. Sounds good right?
you're getting older and your swing is getting slower. But don't worry, there is still hope! In this video, I'm going to show you how to hit the ball longer as you get older.

The Easiest Pitching Technique For Senior Golfers https://youtu.be/3X3JpZjpE04

Senior golfers, you'll want to watch this video! By following the tips in this video, you can help increase your distance and accuracy on the golf course. By hitting the ball longer, you'll reduce your scores and have a more fun experience on the green!

Alex Fortey from the Art of Simple Golf teaches you a Simple golf swing with the driver and three instruction components that you can apply today to add 10 to 30 more yards to every single drive.. so maybe yes.. this is the best driver swing for seniors.

We want a golf swing that has effortless power and that is easy on the body to swing pain free and an easy golf swing is more consistent and will help you hit the golf ball father even if you have slow swing speed because you will hit the center of the face more often.

One of the keys is to make a big turn without resistance and Harvey Penick, of the best golf instructors ever use this method of tempo and timing to transition with the driver onto shallow the driver for the angle of attack

So even if you are a senior golfer and you want to move speed with the senior golf swing and to hit the driver longer.

If you would like to see another simple golf swing driver lesson to give you more distance then follow this you may not be Dustin Johnson or getting to the speed and power and rotation he does but that does not mean we cannot get some extra distance with the driver without having to force the golf swing.

Here's the link to another golf downswing lesson to give you more power and consistency that is mentioned in the video;

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Alex Fortey from the Art of Simple Golf gives you a simple golf tip to improve your golf swing Enjoy this golf video to help you get closer to having a perfect golf swing.. YOUR perfect golf swing
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21 thoughts on “Hit It LONGER As You Get OLDER | Best Driver Swing For Senior Golfers

  1. Alex, it is late on a Saturday night. I am a 74 year old male who has some back issues and struggles to get swing speeds with my nine iron above 65mph. This afternoon I was talking to my friend, a PGA Master Professional, about my lack of swing speed. He knows my swing very well and told me, again, I was losing leverage during the down swing, mostly in my wrist set. He told me before about flaring out my back toe which didn't help that much. I watched your presentation here and heard the technique of pulling the back leg back a little to give oneself more clearance. I jumped up and went to my little "indoor range", set up my swing radar and started practicing the swing with those adjustments. The very first thing I noticed was a definite improvement in the the swoosh sound being more in front of the ball and much more distinctive. After about 10 practice swings I turned on the radar. Swing speed jumped 10-15 mph with about 20% less effort(it got to 83 twice)! That made me very happy. Of course it didn't happen on every swing but the more I practiced the technique the more often it happened. Now, I have to take it to an outdoor range and see what the real results are, but I am very optimistic I will like the new yardage and hope it will carryover to my other clubs. Thank you. And, yes, I will mention the back foot back factor to my pro.

  2. I needed to make a change in my game. This video instruction has helped out tremendously. 54 yrs old and can’t do it the way I once did. Many Thanks and Respect from America.

  3. Excellent video showing techniques to increase distance! (Thx for posting) I find that if your not somehow physically disabled. The ultimate strategy is to get more flexible… work on a stretching program. We tighten up as we get older…

  4. Ben hogan was totally against flaring the trail foot , he said it allowed your hips to over rotate which stops the hips leading so you have to find another way round , which of course means your arms get ahead and then your into early extension and early release , this may give you more speed but your hands are going to have be on point every swing , as your trying to release at impact .
    More distance maybe but no accuracy .
    The really old guys I see that hit long just take a really slow backswing and hold off more to release later , they aren’t hitting miles but they are accurate and save shots on me ( mid 50s) by never missing fairways , much to my embarrassment ?
    Hit woods not irons , bump and run don’t chip , and putt like a tiger .

  5. I had heard about the flaring out of back foot, but had not tried. Went into my backyard and tried it. I could hear the club head speed increase significantly, cannot wait to try next time I play. 77 years old with a bad back. Thanks for the advice.

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