HOW TO BEAT THE STEEP
There are lots of ways to hit a bad tee shot, but the most common one for amateurs is “throwing” the club out and away from the body at the start of the downswing. That causes a steep chop on the ball. All the technology in the world won’t stop the shots that result—a slice or a big pull.
To prevent a steep downswing, you need to feel the opposite sensation. Feel your right elbow moving straight down from the top and riding your right hip through impact ( ). That’s a great way to swing the driver into the ball on a shallow, sweeping angle.