Golf Driving Tip

Golf Driving Tip… how to keep positive driving thoughts.

Here is an excellent driving tip from Jack Moorehouse, “How To Break 80 And Shoot Like The Pros”. Jack has a simple way to attack driving tight holes. He suggests going through a mental exercise that keeps you focused on the positive!

To many times, when we approach a tight driving hole we get focused on all of the bad things that can happen. Jack gives a positive plan with his golf driving tip.

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Tackling A Tight Driving Hole

Tight driving holes are a challenge. The idea of hitting to a fairway closely lined with trees creates panic in some golfers, resulting in a wayward shot that leaves them buried in a clump of trees or in deep trouble. Hit enough of these shots and you’ll boost your golf handicap to new heights.

If tight driving holes intimidate you, don’t sweat it. Perfecting a simple mental golf driving tip gets you in the middle of the fairway. Below are the keys to this trick:

* Visualize a goalpost
* Establish the limits
* Play your shot shape
* Compensate for the curve
* Adjust your swing

Visualize a goalpost the next time you’re on a tight driving hole, the kind of goalpost they use in American football with two uprights. If you hit a fade and you’re right handed, position the goalpost on the left. If you hit a draw and you’re right-handed, position the goalpost on the right. (Left-handers do the opposite.)

The goalpost’s uprights are the drive’s limits. Establish them off the tee. If you hit a fade, your limit on the left is the row of trees on the left. Your limit on the right is the middle of the fairway. If you hit a draw, shift the goalpost to the right.

Now visualize yourself hitting the ball between the uprights. Play the shape of your shot and make adjustments as needed. If you slice the ball, establish more generous limits. If there’s a crosswind, adjust the uprights or limits. Also, keep in mind that the ball will kick and roll the way it’s curving.

Don’t let tight driving holes freak you out. Master this simple mental golf driving tip and you’ll hit the middle of the fairway every time, leaving you in great shape.


Excellent tip…I hope this golf driving tip helps. It certainly will give you a different focus, with the accent on the positive.

How can you miss the fairway with this great golf driving tip?


Jack Moorehouse is the author of the best-selling book “How To Break 80 And Shoot Like The Pros”. He is NOT a golf pro, rather a working man that has helped thousands of golfers from all seven continents lower their handicap immediately. He has a free weekly newsletter with the latest golf tips, golf lessons and golf instruction.


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