5 Keys To Making The Driver Swing

In this tip, Paul Wilson explains the 5 driver swing faults that most people make and how to fix them. For more information about lessons or schools please visit: paulwilsongolf.com

www.4golfonline.com watch the video golf tip from the Exeter golf professional Mark Crossfield. Mark talks about the iron golf swing and the driver golf swing. Watch the video compare for some great tips and better golf.

48 Comments/Reviews

  • DieselDerek981 says:

    Ya good point Buddy!

  • david ace says:

    Paul, It is so true. Relax and just a soft swing to begin. I am not slicing, or hooking the ball 1/10 what I was. And I am soooooo satisfied with 220 yards from the Tee..
    sure beats from hitting from out of bounds all the time… Thank You and now too work on my irons.

  • brucmar says:

    Would love to go to U.S. for lesson. Live in aussie land.

  • PeakPerformanceGolf says:

    >>> Thank you.  Please check out my channel by searching YouTube for Paul Wilson Golf

  • Michael Clausen says:

    i just made a golf channel, would appriciate you to check it out

  • TheHugoboum says:

    Best one !The grip really cured my slice.Yesterday I sliced them all,I watch the video and now my driver shots are straight.

  • karankumaar7 says:

    I bet you wear nice Chino,s like the prick in this video. Bought from Matalan in Norfolk where you were interbred, must be hard holding a club with 6 fingers on each hand. Biatch.

  • ph0kused says:

    “hit it at that tree” some nice golf buddies you have lol.

  • maxpf says:

    yep, nothing worse in the universe than losing your swing, gotta feel for him ;D

  • patsfan4u1 says:

    @rewster66 I totally agree .i just started golf and I went to a golf course and I didn’t know what I was doing but he’s helped me out a lot and I’m starting to get the hang of it

  • MajicPictures says:

    If you’re not patient enough to watch a 10 minute tutorial, then you’re certainly not patient enough to take up golf.

  • Troy Smith says:

    This is the second video I have seen by this guy. He’s a great teacher. I am a novice golfer and can actually understand what he is saying. I get lost with most teachers. His video “The Secrets to Squaring the Clubface” really helped me.

  • mgbrockhaus says:

    If you guys truly loved golf. When struggles come in golf it really is hard and depressing. So don’t hate unless you have ever really loved something!!!

  • HereKittyKittee says:

    If thats his biggest problem, he had a great life

  • antopasso says:

    Point A Point B Point A Point B Point A Point B Point A Point B Point A Point B

  • cmanriquez1 says:

    :30 “these were the most depressing years of my life…” wow you had a sad life! but thanks for the video, very helpful!

  • PuckHead713 says:

    This guy definitely loves to talk.. Every tips/technique video I’ve seen of his run 8-12 minutes with maybe 2 minutes of useful content.. Good tips though!

  • bluffjumper says:

    Haha. That’s funny, but don’t get call the dude names! He’s an amazing instructor. He knows his stuff. He’s more of an ass-kicker if you ask me.

  • supersix84 says:

    A little wordy, but very helpful. Started watching these videos just a few days ago. I’ve played two rounds in that time and dropped almost a shot per hole. This guy’s videos have kept me out of the trees and out-of-bounds to the right and put me in the fairway.

  • georgeeastham says:

    This point A and B tip is the best one that I have had in golf. Thank you.

  • ToddFawver says:

    Is it okay to put power in the down swing before mastering this technique? I’ve hit more fairways than before, but I still end up in some trouble from time to time. My friends are sailing the golfball and I tend to look like a grandpa. I suppose that’s the point you’re trying to make, but I want to put more power in now. How do I do that and keep a smooth motion? Do we let momentum take us to a certain point then power through? Thanks!

  • tdev says:

    i hate when the ball gets in the way of my golf swing.

  • lf611 says:

    These tips are great thanks!

  • Steve Wilson says:

    one needs faith when playing golf 😉

  • boriesje says:

    @willwill123100 :(

  • Will Burnell says:

    brilliant

  • Will Burnell says:

    do you swing at a steeper angle with you irons? i struggle to hit both my irons and driver solidly with one swing, i have to change it for each.

  • graffitiemerge says:

    bit your shirt and keep your head pointed slightly backwards, hold that and keep doing that and eventually u wont have to bit your shirt anymore

  • Tairy Hesticles says:

    it’s probably the pressure of playing on a course. from what you said it sounds like your lifting your head to early, causing you to top the ball.

  • bobgsearch says:

    any suggested exercise to learn how to keep your head from moving with the lower body on the downswing? thanks

  • boriesje says:

    My problem is that I always hit with a faith.

  • granpuba says:

    Wow…. This was very helpful… Quick and straight to the point with picture references as opposed to just talking for 8 minutes… Thank you…

  • beingahm says:

    i am a boy and like to play golf and have a great interest in mobile apps. i had a deep insight in the bankers open tournament by ufone becuase i like to play golf. and then this news broke up that ufone also made the first of its kind golf app which can be downloaded on any Apple and Android OS phone. well ufone you made my day.
    You definetly make our country proud. well done. Looking forward from Ufone a lot more in this regards.

  • wastl67 says:

    Great vid. Could you do the same lesson down the line ?

  • schtumb says:

    Nice. Keeping my head back will be a good tip to put into practise tomorrow.

  • MrSteckleinjr says:

    don’t fight this too much! a straight left arm is a bit of an antequated theory in golf instruction. a little fold in your joints is never a bad thing. geting fixated on a ‘straight left arm’ will induce tension among other things!

  • AaronDuffy911 says:

    Mate its a nerves thing the exact same happens to me sometimes in competitions,just try to calm and slow your heart rate down before you take your shot but don’t take to many practise swings because the nerves will build up again. Regards Aaron 🙂

  • soundofacoustics says:

    @ajk712 Well it’s easier to keep your arm straight if you rotate your shoulder with your upper body, then i’ll be much easier! and don’t try to put too much pressure on it or else you might injure yourself. Have fun!

  • squid8rfc says:

    Hello, Im new to golf. I’ve been playing for around 6-8 months. I have a wilson deep red driver 10.5 degrees and a regular shaft. When i’m at the driving range i hit 48/60 balls really good with my driver straight or slightly right around 190-230 yards. However when i play at the course i usually “skuff” my driver or top it and it generally goes left. WHat should i do ?

  • sociojeje says:

    for iron, i put my had ahead of the ball and hit it the same. i see you also put your hand ahead of the ball when you actually hit the ball. this way i can create a lag easier. is it a bad habit? and this is why i’m so struggling with creating a lag for driver… i can’t find the point that i have to release my wrist when i hit my driver… is there any tip for that?

  • sunson2004 says:

    how do you control your release? any practices you recommend?

  • rdg515 says:

    @dinkipooxa pot calling the kettle black… pretty sure everyone knows you have to practice

  • broonzy2006 says:

    I like the fact that the hips have rotated rather than slid across. My driver flight is extremely low as I’m probably getting a little too far forward? There must be drill for this!? I came across these videos the other day, they’re all very helpful. Thanks Mark

  • drew118183 says:

    I’m having trouble aiming my irons. I never seem to line up correctly to hit them where I would like them to go. I have a tendency to aim right and I don’t know if it’s my feet placement but any advise would be useful. Thanks

  • COD4Fanboy134 says:

    Keeping ur arm straight is easy i need to improve my driver hitting lol in my backyard i use practice balls and uhhh i hit one and the driver didnt get it very far 🙁

  • secretogolf says:

    a great way to keep your left arm straight is to take the club back with just your right arm.This will pull the left straight with a nice natural and flexible feel.Your left arm will also attach nicely to your chest with this move and everything falls nicely into place,a very connected feel without being rigid.Check Lynn Blake TGM.

  • ajk712 says:

    Alright thank you. Do you recommend a technique for us inflexible people? Or just attempt to become more flexibe?

  • 4golfonline says:

    My arm is very straight and yes it is a flexibility thing. Lots of world class golfers are comfortably straight not bolt straight.

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