Mar 28 2007, 07:20 PM
I just want some feedback on my drive technique. The 1st vid is a straight shot the 2nd is a big turnover. I drive about 375-385 consistanly on golf line, but i can hit 400 occasionally. The Thing about my distance that gets me is i can hit 340-350 consistantly with my rocs. Should there be a bigger gap?
Mar 28 2007, 08:18 PM
You are throwing nose up. That is why the drivers are not going much further than your Rocs.
See this thread:
Mar 30 2007, 12:52 AM
here's a couple more vids i dug up. any critiques will ne greatly appreciated
Mar 30 2007, 07:33 PM
Try slowing down your run up or throw with no runup and work on smoothness. Also work on throwing LOW and flat. This won't give you max D but it will fix any nose up / grip / snap issues. I practice my driving technique (which is sloppy and needs practice :-) ) by throwing my putters and Rocs. If I can line drive them 5-10 ft off the ground (vs towering S-flights) then I know my timing is good. If I keep flipping them over then I have issues to work out. Once you've dialed this in then go back to your drivers. Slowly start aiming at a higher point... at a certain point there is (IMO) an accuracy / distance tradeoff. Watch top pros when they play vs. when they throw in a D contest... completely different flights paths and strategies.