When he is not working hard in his role as a senior partner at Direct Invest USA Holdings, LLC, Michael T Haas likes to unwind by playing a few rounds of golf. He is a member of the Pinehurst Country Club and tries to play at least four times a week so that he can keep his game sharp. These pointers will prove useful for anybody who is just starting out who wants to work on developing a good drive.
Get To The Range
The driving range will offer you the opportunity to focus solely on this aspect of your game, without having to worry about people on the course trying to hurry you along. Try to bring your own driver along, as the clubs provided in-house are often worn or not fit for purpose. Furthermore, take advantage of any range that offers an in-house pro who can teach you a thing or two.
Focus on Technique
Many people make the mistake of trying to generate as much power as possible in their drives, without having first learned about proper technique. Doing so reduces your accuracy enormously, resulting in missed swings or skewed shots. Instead of doing that, try to focus on your technique to the point where you hit the ball with every swing before you start trying to add more power.
Consider The Elements
Michael T Haas notes that the direction of the wind can have an effect on your drive, so make sure that you start accounting for this when you begin playing on full-sized courses.