Driver Stability Drill

In the Driver Stability Drill lesson, we are going to look at a drill to help you stay relaxed when hitting your driver.  The drill will help you to improve your ability to hit your driver more effectively.

What You Will Learn

  • A drill to help you to hit your driver with a full relaxed swing
  • Set up of a practice area
  • Swing adjustments

What You Need

  • A media device mobile, tablet, laptop or computer
  • Internet connection
  • Practice area or driving range
  • Golf balls
  • Tee pegs x 4
  • Tour sticks x 1
  • Golf club driver

Driver Stability Drill

 

The driver stability drill is easy to set up and provides instant visual and kinetic feedback.  Simply follow the set-up instructions and allow yourself sufficient time to practice.

 

Set up the drill by:

 

  • Set up a tour stick on the ground to provide the position for your target side foot position
  • Then place 4 tee pegs into the ground in line with the tour stick. This will make sure that your stance and ball position are correct
  • Place a ball on every other tee peg

 

Complete the Drill

 

  • Keep your stance very narrow and then go through your routine hitting practice swing and then the ball
  • Go through this process a few, times keeping balance and a smooth rhythm
  • The repeat the drill this time with your feet in the normal stance position

 

What’s Next

 

The next lesson in the Advanced Shot Coaching Plan is Playing the Driver Swing Speed Drill.

Next Lesson – Driver Swing Speed Drill

In the Driver Swing Speed Drill lesson, we are going to look at a drill to help you work out your optimum driver swing speed.

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