The 5 BIGGEST MISTAKES golfers makes with the DRIVER

Do you know the 5 biggest mistakes golfers make with driver? If not, you could be making all of them!!!

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28 thoughts on “The 5 BIGGEST MISTAKES golfers makes with the DRIVER

  1. I am the quintessential "Gorilla with a hammer" when standing on the box with my driver. 6'5 280 and as soon as it's in my hand… smash (into the woods)

  2. What a great video Ali,all the things you covered I have been guilty of,, I shall get back to basics after watching this vid,Cheers Les.

  3. The last few rounds I've played I left my driver in my bag and started teeing off with my 4 iron. Straight as an arrow and only about 20 or 30 yards shorter than my driver would get me.

  4. Number 5, every time. I'm actually smashing my best scores playing with a 7 iron as my longest club. However hard I try to deliver my driver as you do I will still hit the ground before the ball so have given up for now given I'm playing my best golf by far atm

  5. Cracking lesson Ali, thanks, definitely going to concentrate on tip 2 which I’m sure will help me. Really look forward to your videos, they have helped me enormously.

  6. Thanks Ali this was excellent, I think you were taking about me because I make all these mistakes… but with this video I have picked up some great tips to work on and try to avoid…

  7. Good one Ali, thank you. I do own up to trying to hit hard, because i don't hit if far to start with at my age now. I have also started to hook a few shots recently, despite my neutral grip. I am off of the pink tees, but my ball is positioned level with the center of my toes on the lead foot, rather than the lead heel.

  8. Excellent, Sir, very good explanation! I am a beginner and it seems I do a lot mistakes although my iron player is respectable. So very much appreciated your advice!

  9. Super video Ali! I love this format of 5 mistakes. Would be great to put it into a series with future ones on irons, hybrids, woods, wedges.

  10. Good info. I watched a previous video you made on tee height. Game changer with driver. I was struggling with accuracy. All of the points you discussed and ball trajectory matched the problems I was having. The last point about making the driver feel going away was the final correction. I now have confidence that I have more control. Shaved strokes due to more fairways and greens with ball in play. Currently 7.2 hip and just need to make more 1 putts. Scrambling percentage is above 90% so getting better at putting is the challenge now. Mainly reading greens properly. Thanks for the videos.

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