- What the design of the club requires
- Setup: Body and ball positions
- Swing: An accelerating upward blow
- Taking out extra tension
Your drive is the most important shot you can hit on any hole. Everyone wants to stick approach shots close and make birdies, but you can’t do that without first getting yourself in a good position off the tee. Not every drive has to be perfect. If you can at least give yourself a decent look at the green, you’ve done your job. In this video, Golf Digest Best Young Teacher Anders Mattson breaks down what your priorities should be when hitting off the tee.