GOLF DRIVER TIPS – HOW CLOSE SHOULD YOU STAND TO THE BALL?



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21 thoughts on “GOLF DRIVER TIPS – HOW CLOSE SHOULD YOU STAND TO THE BALL?

  1. Hello Adam, I am a new golfer at 58yo. I have been studying and preforming the drills and content of your course at the Scratch Golf Academy.
    Your course has really got me excited to learn and play the game. Thank you!!

  2. my game is so much better thanks to this video! i used to stand so far when I would put, and now im easily hitting par

  3. I came here for one thing. To see how your front foot was positioned.

    I am satisfied! This is exactly what I've been doing ever since I started "naturally swinging".

    I use to square up, and that literally took me off my path, instead now I just pick my target from behind, and I line up to that target. My front foot is slightly open and I can clearly see the ball in my path. Biggest change I made besides letting my shoulders relax and my arms go limp.

    You're the best online my friend, thank you very much.

  4. Excellent content Adam! I am 72” tall with a 77” wingspan. Does disproportionate arm length change how close you should stand to the ball?

  5. I wanna thank you Adam for your videos. My game has gotten much better by watching and practicing what you teach in your videos, again thank you

  6. Will it be breaching a rule if one wrap red electric tape on shaft……..having that as a aid to my setup, pointing were I should place my front toes ball…..distance. Each club having red tape then. As I understand the rules dont alow altering the dynamics of a club/equipment to make it easier. ????.

  7. I love that the structure. By breaking down the ideal, showing a few variations in the PGA, and then offering a drill to help put it all together, I have everything I need to get to work on it (or at least to start). Love the videos!

  8. It's interesting that Fred Couples Driver Stance has his arms closer to "impact position" than some other players. It's a bit similar to Bryson D. Experimenting with aligning the ball at address with the driver head just inside the sweet spot might help .. at least at the range while finding the best alignment for a given individual.

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