How to Hit Low Penetrating Drives

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How would you like to hit penetrating drives?! How do we get through strong winds? For those looking to be able to hit into the wind with confidence, this video on How to Hit Low Penetrating Drives is for you. We have the golf swing and your total game boiled down to the 5 most important keys in our Top Speed Golf System. For those looking to keep the ball low we'll cover some key points on how to hit low, while improving key fundamentals! Let's gain real control of our golf game. Be able to hit any shot in golf! We’ll teach you.

I look forward to working with you much more in the future with Top Speed Golf. Good luck with your golf.

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10 thoughts on “How to Hit Low Penetrating Drives

  1. It’s a popular ploy to tee the ball a little lower to hit a stinger. But if we want to hit the ball high on the club face (which we need some tee height to have room for), I take it this is not the right thing to do?

    1. Hi e james, I agree, most pros will try to hit it higher on the face when they are really trying to launch it. This isn’t always possible when hitting out of the fairway because the fairways are so closely mowed. The only way you’ll be able to hit it high on the face in this case if you hit it fat. Let me know if you have any further questions. Play well ~ Quentin | TSG Instructor

  2. I’ve greatly improved my game this year. Controlling my side-to-side ball shape off the tee and making better contact with irons (with lag). One thing I can’t figure out is my drive height – it’s really high. I’ve knocked down my adjustable R11 to 8 degrees, but I still sending it high. My drive distance is about 240 in the air which I’m happy with but I feel like I can stretch it out another 25 yards with lower trajectory. Equipment or swing problem?

    1. josh gearheart if you can get to a simulator, it will be much easier. Sounds like you need to know your launch angle and spin rate. I struggled for years with hitting drives too high and about your length. Had to go to a low launch and low spin driver.
      I started out at 17 deg launch angle and 3500 spin. Got that down to 13 deg launch and 2500 spin for an extra 10-30 yards.

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