First, Concentricity of Impact

More Distance with a Driver:

First, Concentricity of Impact. Dr. Scholl’s foot powder sprayed on the face to show where impact is being made. The swing needs to be consistent, balanced, under control, and hitting the ball in the sweet
spot before any efforts of increasing swing speed should be made.

Second, Release at the bottom. Having the student “whosh” the club with a tight grip and then doing it with a lighter grip tension, showing them that lighter grip tension will result in a louder “whosh”.

Finally, if still making consistent contact in the sweet spot, faster hips.