Monday, March 7, 2011
This is an example of a driver we use to help our players find the best combination of driver and swing. Initially, we fit the driver to correct the current ball flight issues. Then we work on the apsects of the swing to be corrected. An example would be if the player hits a slice. We would adjust the Machspeed to correct the slice by closing the face. We would then help the player learn to hit a hook. Why? Because if the club is built to hit a draw. Then your best swing should produce a draw. When it does begin to move in a draw or hook pattern we know the swing has improved and we can adjust the driver to take advantage of the swing improvements.