So, today I figured out how to get extra 10-20 yards on my drives. This isn’t for everyone who’s already doing it or I figure most of you aren’t scratch golfers or pro-golfers.
Anyways, it’s very simple, you need to make sure to turn your shoulders all the way during your backswing.
Make sure your left shoulder (for right handed-golfers) is moving at all times during your backswing. This just means that you are using your whole body to swing and you will get that extra 10-20 yards on your drives because you are using your left shoulder as you really should.
Honestly when I hit the ball really long I used to do this and forgot it lately but today I realized that I wasn’t doing it and found that it does indeed help with your distance AND accuracy.
A simple way to practice is to just “mentally” monitor your left shoulder while you swing back, make sure it’s in control and it’s moving somewhat. When you do that, you will be swinging more or less correctly and 10-20 extra added to your drives.
And I have seen about 9 of out 10 people who don’t use their left shoulder in their backswing, seriously including myself.
Butch Harmon used to say, “What do you when a doctor gives you a prescription?” You don’t stand around so you can take another 30 minutes of his time, you just go get your prescription so it fixes your golf swing.