Golf World (UK) - - Contents - By Stu­art Dowsett

The long, straight drive, the tough ap­proach over wa­ter, the ball in sand – Score Savers has all the an­swers to all of your prob­lems.

As the club gets longer and we want to hit it fur­ther, the ten­dency to swing harder in­creases. But you will hit the ball fur­ther by main­tain­ing a smooth tempo with a wide arc and mak­ing a solid con­tact, rather than try­ing to smash it and los­ing con­trol of what your body and the club­head are do­ing. You should aim as pre­cisely as you do for a putt – aim small and miss small. A fair­way may look like a big area to hit but it’s im­por­tant to pick a spe­cific tar­get in the dis­tance. Once you’re fully fo­cused on ex­actly where you want to hit it, it’s much eas­ier to com­mit to your swing.

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