How to go along well with your driver
Some of my friends who don’t play golf cannot even differentiate between the golf clubs and the golf drivers. They say that these two golf tools look just the same and they think that we can use them in the same way. However, if you play golf, even the beginners can say that these two are not the same and they have different functions and because of this, they are used in different ways.
Your body need to be prepared for these differences so that they can smoothly switch from this to that tool without causing you any problem. As you know, the golf clubs are used to make swings and hard hits which means you have to grab them tight to create the necessary strengths. On the other hand, the golf drivers are used to make close hits with less strength put in. The below content shows you how to control your golf drivers the right ways so that they create the best shots for you.
Your magic left hand
The key to control the golf drivers is put into your body natural positions. You do not have to try hard because your body can do the job for you. However, the difficult thing to do is to make your body act in their most natural instincts. When you play something, your body is controlled by your brain which is usually stressed during important events and it tends to make your body react in a tensive way and cannot produce natural positions and strengths. To get rid of this pattern and make room for your body to react as it usually act, you need to pay attention to your important body parts and exercise them with necessary movements so they get used to the movements.
The key part in controlling the golf drivers are your left hand which we call the magic left hand. When using golf drivers, use your left hand only and you only need to grab it with your wrist bend a little bit. Remember to hold it naturally and do not make it to tensive. This sounds easy but in fact it is not, especially for people who are right-handed. The important thing to remember is to keep your wrist in that position when you make the shot. Do not try to fix its position but to accept it as its nature.
Your supportive right hand
When I say the key part of controlling golf drivers is your left hand, I do not mean that we do not use our right hand. Your right hand in this case play a less important part in comparison to your left hand but it is still very important, especially in controlling the navigation of your shots. It also helps to keep your left hand and left wrist in their positions and do not move during the shots. When you have both of your hands are in their positions then look at the target and make the shot as you want. You need to be confident in yourselves because you are doing the most natural things using your body’s instincts to make the shots. It is not playing golf, it is like you are doing everything in your daily life like eating, sleeping. When it becomes a natural part of your daily life then you will see that it is not that difficult like you think. You have to learn to trust your body and do not change the position of your left hand and left wrist just because someone tells you to do so. Your body knows better than anyone else how to play the best in these cases.