GOING THE EXTRA DISTANCE

Greetings from Suzanne. 13th December 2012

GOING THE EXTRA DISTANCE

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A slightly descending blow increases spin rates by about 1000rpm and lowers the launch angle 4 or 5° vs. an ascending blow. The slightly ascending blow delivers around an extra 30 yards! If you are hitting an extra 30 yards off the tee, then you are playing a different game with your approach shots. How much easier is a #7 Iron approach vs. a #4 Iron?

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UNLEASHING YOUR FULL POWER

In the search for extra distance, we have looked at your backswing and how to load up (noting some mistakes to avoid); then we looked at the transition and how to make sure you start that with the right body sequence. If you get that right then you can add a lot of club head speed. Carry the right sequence through to the contact zone and you will see great results.

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