Junior Golf Instruction – Good rythm with the driver – by Grexa Golf

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In this video, we have been working on a couple of key elements in setting the club better at the top. Ideally, I would never like to see the driver dip past parallel to the ground. I've had my junior student make many practice swings by feeling shorter at the top. He may at times get the club swinging long or crossing the line, but for the most part it has improved dramatically. Also, when he hits the ball very solid, he hasn't lost any distance. If anything, he has started to hit the ball farther when he hits the ball solid.

For more information on setting the driver well at the top, consult your local PGA Teaching Professional. If you are in the Raleigh Durham area and would like some help with your driver, please contact me at Wildwood Green Golf Club.

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