Is it possible to hit the ball higher in golf?
Everyone wants to hit the ball higher, but it’s easier said than done. There is a true art to hitting high, beautiful golf shots. It’s one of the most aesthetically pleasing shot to watch, and one that everyone enjoys watching.
Why do I have a hard time hitting the ball?
It could be because of a number of different factors, including: 1 Poor setup – ball too far forward, open clubface, weight on the back foot. 2 Swing faults – bad tempo, excessive hand/wrist action, improper swing path. 3 Equipment – golf shafts with too much flex, too much loft on the driver, playing the wrong kind of golf ball. More …
What causes a high ball flight in golf?
One of the most common causes of a high ball flight is tempo. When people swing too fast, they struggle to make contact with the sweet spot of the club. Without doing this, it’s difficult to achieve a consistent trajectory. During your swing, think about a specific phrase you can say in your head that matches the perfect tempo of the golf swing.
Why is my driver hitting the ball so high?
You’re probably hitting your driver so high because you’re making contact with the golf ball too high on the face of the club head, resulting in a high ball flight.