The Need For Speed

From Justin Parsons On April 05, 2022
The modern golf game is built on power. Statistics show that there's a distinct advantage to hitting the ball farther. Not to mention the fact that hitting the ball far is a lot of fun.

As
... Titleist staff member Justin Parsons shares in this video, there are three main areas you can address to find more distance off the tee:

1. Strength Training, Conditioning and Nutrition (Build a stronger, fitter body and you'll be able to swing the driver faster).
2. Equipment (Take advantage of new technological advances that you'll experience in products like the Titleist TSi driver. Get properly fit and optimize your launch conditions and maximize distance).
3. Technique (Refining how your body moves and how well you deliver the center of the driver face to the ball is something you can take advantage of right away).

One simple distance hack that you can try the next time you play or practice is Justin's tip to let your trail foot flair out a bit more than you normally would. This will allow your trail hip to turn a little more in the backswing, resulting in a longer backswing. The longer the swing, the more time the clubhead has to accelerate and the more potential you'll have to send the ball a long way.
The modern golf game is built on power. Statistics show that there's a distinct ... advantage to hitting the ball farther. Not to mention the fact that hitting the ball far is a lot of fun.

As Titleist staff member Justin Parsons shares in this video, there are three main areas you can address to find more distance off the tee:

1. Strength Training, Conditioning and Nutrition (Build a stronger, fitter body and you'll be able to swing the driver faster).
2. Equipment (Take advantage of new technological advances that you'll experience in products like the Titleist TSi driver. Get properly fit and optimize your launch conditions and maximize distance).
3. Technique (Refining how your body moves and how well you deliver the center of the driver face to the ball is something you can take advantage of right away).

One simple distance hack that you can try the next time you play or practice is Justin's tip to let your trail foot flair out a bit more than you normally would. This will allow your trail hip to turn a little more in the backswing, resulting in a longer backswing. The longer the swing, the more time the clubhead has to accelerate and the more potential you'll have to send the ball a long way.
407 Videos
Filter:
  1. Instructor
  2. Alex Buckner
  3. Dan Whittaker
  4. Matt Leach
  5. Cameron McCormick
  6. James Sieckmann
  7. Mark Blackburn
  8. Michael Breed
  9. Trillium Rose
  10. Jonathan Yarwood
  11. Dave Phillips
  12. Brandon Stooksbury
  13. Justin Parsons
  14. Layne Savoie
  15. Dr. Rob Neal
  16. Dr. Greg Rose
  17. Skip Guss
  18. Jason Baile
  19. John Kostis
  20. Jennifer Hudson
  21. Corey Lundberg
  22. Tom Patri
  1. Club
  2. Driver
  3. Fairway
  4. Hybrid
  5. Utility Iron
  6. Iron
  7. Wedge
  8. Putter
  1. Drill
  2. Fundamentals
  3. Shot Shaping
  4. Anti-hook
  5. Anti-slice
  6. Alignment
  7. Tight Lie
  8. Long Rough
  9. Bunker Play
  10. Consistency
  11. Distance Control
  12. Trajectory

Master Your Green Reading

From Tom Patri On July 31, 2022
In golf, 3-putt" is a four-letter word. There's not a more frustrating way to...

How to Fade the Golf Ball

From Mark Blackburn On July 31, 2022
A fade, a shot that curves left-to-right for a right-handed golfer, is a great...

Build a Sound Warm-Up Routine

From Justin Parsons On July 31, 2022
Ask any tour pro and they'll tell you that their pre-round warm-up is very...

Short-Sided Bunker Shot

From Justin Parsons On July 31, 2022
In this video, Titleist staff member Justin Parsons tackles a very difficult...

How to Draw the Golf Ball

From Mark Blackburn On July 31, 2022
A draw, a shot that curves right-to-left for a right-handed golfer, is a...

Throw Darts with Your Short Irons

From Tom Patri On July 09, 2022
A good indicator of low scoring in golf is number of putts per round. It stands...
Results loading...
No results