How do you not top the ball with a driver? We will try to cover this topic and give you the best answer.
For example, if you slide from right to left while the club is moving, it will affect your golf swing and rob you of the strength. Remember that with your shorter irons, you’ll need to hit the ball on the downswing, whereas with your fairway woods and long irons, it’s more of a sweeping move. The spring effect that allows Ricky Fowler (who is 150 pounds soaking wet) to hit the ball 300 yards comes from proper posture, starting with bent knees. For the rider, the ball should be opposite the left heel. A little further back is fine, but too far to the left is not good.
Why am I hitting the ball with the top of my rider?
This may seem a bit low, but it’s the ideal ball trajectory for amateur golfers, even at relatively high swing speeds. After you assemble everything at a slow swing speed, you’ll hit your driver a bit faster. The solution is simply to work on your angle of attack into the ball and focus on a sweeping action to hit the golf ball. Now that I’ve addressed all the golf ball topping issues, I’m going to give you some exercises in this section to stop golf ball topping.
The most important thing to know when you’re driving a rider or hitting him high on the clubface is that your angle of attack is too steep and you’re hitting the golf ball.
Why do I meet earthlings with my driver?
You tend to get a little ahead of the ball when you hit the irons and it bleeds into your wooden swing. Make sure that the bottom of your swing arc is 3-4 in front of the ball. So hit the ball first and then hit the ground. If you’ve been through a period where you’ve hit a lot of thick or heavy golf shots where you catch too much ground, it can lead to overcompensation. If your weight sticks to the foot during the downswing, the racket will leave the ground before the ball — meaning it’s on its way up when it actually hits impact.