Drivers. A golf club that just about every golfer has in their bag, but not everybody knows how to use it properly. In this blog post, we'll be giving you a crash course on all things driver, and by the end of it, you'll be an expert on your own golf club.

The driver is the longest and biggest-headed golf club and is responsible for tee shots. It has the lowest loft angle of any other club, which gives the ball its initial trajectory. The driver is also referred to as the "wood" due to it historically being made with wood. However, nowadays, drivers are made with materials such as titanium, carbon fibre composite, and scandi-steel, which all offer different benefits.

When using a driver, you want to tee the ball up high so that you make contact with the ball on an upward swing. This will give you more lift and more distance. You also want to make sure that you grip the club lightly but firmly and keep your wrists firm as well. A good tip is to practice with different weights and sizes of clubs to find one that feels most comfortable in your hands.

Now that you know a little bit more about drivers and how they work go out and hit some balls! And if you're still feeling lost when it comes to your own golf game, never hesitate to seek out a professional who can help get you on the right track. After all, practice makes perfect - especially when it comes to perfecting your swing.
November 16, 2022 — Simon Masters