Do you use your fairway woods?
How often do you pull out your fairway wood? Research would suggest not enough, especially if you struggle to find the fairway on a consistent basis.
Are you giving yourself the best chance of a good hole when you pull your driver out on the tee? Finding the fairway sets you up for a par or better, while missing it makes that a lot harder. It really is that simple, which makes that original question even more important.
If there's one common problem we see amongst golfers we teach, it's to do with their angle of attack. When hitting an iron, we want to strike down on the ball to create the ideal launch conditions, which often leads to a divot being taken after impact.
However, with a driver in hand, it couldn't be more different as we want to sweep up on the ball. That's where this simple drill comes in. By placing a headcover (or similar object) a grip’s length in front of your ball, it encourages this upward angle of attack as you try to avoid hitting the headcover - ideal to the launch the ball high and far off the tee.
Another great way to get your driving on track is, surprisingly enough, getting the right driver in your hands. Callaway’s latest drivers, the Rogue ST range, help you with this by putting distance-generating, A.I.-designed technologies in several models specifically designed to fit your individual swing. Whether you're wanting improved accuracy, greater distance or maximum forgiveness, having a driver geared-up to complement you makes it much easier to find fairways consistently.
Finally, we come in as that final piece of the puzzle. Our expert fitting service allows us to pair you up with the Callaway Rogue ST driver that will give you what you need. With the forgiving Max model, draw-bias Max D and the low-trajectory Max LS all on offer, as well as an array of set-up options, we’re sure to help you give yourself the best start to every driving hole.