How to avoid the skied drive?... The tee shot that goes vertically up into the air with hardly any forward movement is frustrating on two accounts. Firstly you don't get any distance, and secondly you may damage the top of the club.
So why does it happen? TG Top 12 Teaching Professional Scott Cranfield analyses the causes of the skied drive and shows you how to change your lob drives into long drives.
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