• Hit The Sweetspot

    Written by Doug Hammer on Thursday, 23 April 2009

    When it comes to driving the ball long distances one element of power is often overlooked – the place where you strike the golf ball. It goes without saying that a shot struck out of the centre of the clubface will travel a lot further than one struck out of the toe and heel. But how do you know where you’re...

  • Add Power With A Swish

    Written by Doug Hammer on Thursday, 23 April 2009

    Do you want to add yards to your tee shots? Power stems from clubhead speed. In other words the faster you can swing the better. But you still need to maintain control. The key is to generate the most clubhead speed at the bottom of the swing where you strike the ball. Want an easy way to boost your clubhead speed.

  • Release The Tension In Your Golf Swing

    Written by Doug Hammer on Thursday, 23 April 2009

    One of the biggest power killers in the golf swing is too much tension. If you grip too tightly and your forearms become tense then your backswing turn will be restricted. That means less coil and turn and therefore less potential uncoil and power into the golf ball. TG Top 12 Teacher Doug Hammer has a simple drill you can use...

  • Set Up Strong To Drive Long

    Written by Dan Frost on Tuesday, 21 April 2009

    The big question golfers always ask is how to create power in their golf swing. The answer is to get the correct set-up, get a good base to the swing and copy what the best players in the world do. TG Top 12 Teacher Dan Frost demonstrates how to get into a powerful set-up position.    ...

  • Lengthen Your Drives

    Written by Lee Scarbrow on Wednesday, 15 April 2009

    Do you want to add distance to your tee shots this season? A simple tip to help you achieve more power is to push your knees apart at address. This will help you coil in the backswing. TG Top 12 Teacher Lee Scarbrow shows you how to focus on keeping the width in your knees so that you feel the power in the thighs, helping you drive...

  • Push Away For Power

    Written by Dan Frost on Tuesday, 14 April 2009

    To hit a powerful tee shot it is essential to have width in the backswing. A common fault golfers make is to simply lift their arms steeply with very little shoulder turn in the backswing. A simple drill to prevent this happening is to grip the club with your left hand only and practice pushing it wide away from the body.    ...