How To Hit The Golf Ball 30-50 Yards Longer

Aug 04, 2023

Have you ever hit that one shot in your life that was 30 to 50 yards longer than any other shot? Most people have, and they describe it as feeling effortless, like they didn't hit anything at all. But why is it so difficult to replicate that shot consistently?

The answer lies in how we approach the next shot. After hitting that incredible shot, we often try to replicate it by swinging harder and using our arms more. However, this approach only leads to frustration and inconsistency. The key to hitting consistently long shots lies in turning off our arms and using our body as the power source.

When we hit that one amazing shot, we weren't consciously using our arms. It felt easy and effortless because we were using our body to generate power. So why do we struggle to do it again? It feels weird and unfamiliar to let go of control and rely on our body instead of our arms.

To overcome this challenge, we need to practice letting go and trusting our body to do the work. It may feel strange at first, but with practice, it will become more natural. Start by doing practice swings without a ball, focusing on the feeling of letting the club stretch out away from you. It may feel like you're going to throw the club, but resist the urge and keep practicing until it becomes more comfortable.

Another helpful drill is to focus on the weight of the club. If it feels heavy, you're not trying to control it with your arms. If it feels light, you're too tight and locked up. By doing practice swings in the air, you can get a sense of the weight of the club and let go of the need to hit something.

This new approach to swinging may take time to master, but it is worth the effort. Instead of sticking to old habits that don't produce consistent results, why not become obsessed with a golf swing that can hit the ball 30 to 50 yards longer than any other shot? It's a game-changer.

To get used to this new feeling, it's important to practice daily. Spend time at home doing the drills mentioned earlier, focusing on letting go and using your body as the power source. After a week of practicing without hitting any balls, you can start applying this new approach to actual shots on the range. Start with shorter clubs and gradually work your way up, always focusing on the feeling of letting go and using your body.

Remember, hitting consistently long shots requires turning off your arms and trusting your body. It may feel strange and uncomfortable at first, but with practice, it will become more natural. Don't expect immediate results, but stay committed to the process and embrace the new feelings. It's a small price to pay for a golf swing that can transform your game.

So, are you ready to give it a try? This approach has the potential to revolutionize your swing and improve your overall game. Don't be afraid to become obsessed with mastering this new technique. It may take time and effort, but the results will be worth it. Start practicing today and unlock the power of your body in your golf swing.

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