Today I have 2 things you need to focus on for longer drives. But before I give you those two things I need to comment on something. In one of the replies I got recently about “golfers problems” a golfer said they couldn’t gain distance even though they tried just about every driver on the…

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Do you know what overspeed training is? It’s simply doing an activity that moves you faster than normal. So in sports other than golf, a sprinter would run downhill. A swimmer would use fin and flippers to swim faster. And a golfer would swing a device that is lighter than normal. How much lighter? About 15% lighter has been found to be…

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No doubt you’ve seen the ads that say things like “Add 30 Yards To Your Drives In A Bucket Of Balls”. And if you’ve purchased anything that says something like that, you would have quickly found out that you CAN’T add 30 yards to your drives in a bucket of balls. But that doesn’t mean…

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I so often hear older golfers say….”I’m (insert age here) and I’m too old to even try to increase my swing speed.” It’s sad…but they’re right, IF… They Keep That Attitude! Look, no matter what age you are, if you can swing a golf club you can increase your swing speed. And if you follow…

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Below are 7 things you should do for more distance. This advice comes from the Max Distance DVD that you can find out more about here. #1. The Grip When you are gripping the club make sure that the fingers in your left hand and the palm of your right hand are gripping the club.…

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If you’ve been around golf for a little while you would have heard of the saying… “Drive For Show, Putt For Dough” And what that is implying is that you can drive great, but it doesn’t really matter that much. You’ll impress some people, look good, yada, yada. But it’s not that important because what…

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There’s a popular misconception among average golfers, that if you gain distance you’ll be less accurate. I’m not sure where that misconception came from – BUT it’s wrong! Look… you can hit the ball longer and be more accurate. Because if you look at the main things you can do to hit the ball longer,…

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To gain more distance is really simple. All you need to do is increase the speed that you swing the clubhead on the downswing and through the ball. For example, if you normally swing the club at 80 mph through the ball and you increase that speed to 85 mph the ball is going to…

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