"Flatten your angle of approach to hit drivers with a lower, more penetrating ball flight. Remember, steep and upright creates backspin. You don’t want your driver backing up. Practice swinging a broom handle, making as wide an arc as you can. This type of repitition will groove a flatter and more effective shaft angle as the club comes into the impact zone. The ball will fly lower and move right to left. "

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