Learn the basics of teeing off so you can build a solid foundation for your golf game.
Accomplishing a well-executed tee shot can set the tone for the rest of the hole. Finding the fairway off the tee enables you to attack the pin on your second shot and score on the green. Going offline from the tee forces you to recover and will likely lead to higher scores.
Incorporate these Pro Tips into your tee box routine to help your scores drop.
The foundation of any successful golf swing starts with a solid grip.
Once you have your grip locked in, address the golf ball.
When determining the best stance for your game, it’s best to start with what feels comfortable and make tweaks based on your performance.
The final element of the tee shot is the swing. In order to execute a successful swing, it is important to remain relaxed and swing naturally.
For the majority of tee shots, most golfers will use their driver. While the design of the driver is made to cause the ball to travel farther than any other club in the bag, it can also accentuate flaws in your swing that lead to slices, hooks or other off-line shots.
Focus on these techniques to help improve accuracy when using your driver:
Keep these tips in mind as you step to the tee to help split fairways with ease.