I know what everyone is thinking
What is this joke? No one can gain 55 yards.
But it’s no joke – and I have the data to prove it. Besides, you clicked on this so you obviously need more distance, just like I did. No one likes being the “short hitter” in the group – but the good news is that everyone out there stands to gain a massive amount of yardage.
I coach golf for a living, and I consistently help golfers achieve their longest driving distances with this info – all without improving their strength/power.
How This Started
I had a great passion for this game and became a pretty decent amateur. I got down to scratch in 3 years of playing and I had dreams of turning pro.
Just one problem.
During a big amateur event, I competed against a guy who had just come back from college golf in America (I’m British); he was built like a line-backer.
He ended up beating me 6 and 5 – I was one under par when we walked off.
David Versus Goliath
He was simply playing a different game.
I remember one par 4 where I hit a driver off the tee and then a 5 wood into the green. The same hole, he hit driver then wedge. It just wasn’t a fair contest.
I was driving the ball out there 230 yards, and he was pummelling it 100 yards past me on occasion.
I Just Couldn’t Compete
Looking at the tour players, they were all hitting it so far it was obscene. I checked my driving distance and compared it to the tour stats – I would not only have been dead-last, but by a massive margin.
During the next year and a half, I tried everything to gain distance. I had lessons, spent all my money on the latest drivers and read every golf book I could find. Nothing worked.
I even hit the gym.
After gaining 20lb of muscle (I was quite skinny to start with), not only did my swing speed hardly budge, but my distance didn’t increase either.
I had to face it – I wouldn’t be able to compete with the top guys as I simply didn’t hit it long enough.
I eventually went into teaching golf (those who can’t, teach – right?).
I loved it; it was a new challenge but I thoroughly enjoyed helping players get better quicker. I studied as much about the game and the swing as I could, and I even looked into the physics of impact.
Then I Found It
The answer to increased distance was held within simple laws of physics. In fact, it wasn’t complicated at all.
And after a few tweaks to my swing, I was able to gain 40 yards of carry distance. Within a week, I was up to 56 yards extra in the air.
And I wasn’t swinging the club faster!
Not only that, but through these improvements, I would now be the most efficient driver on tour, getting 2.66 yards of carry per mph of clubhead speed. That’s more efficient than Justin Thomas (2.6/mph).
This does not involve getting stronger – but getting smarter.
I simply optimized the launch conditions of the golf ball through technique, and as a result, I increased my distance to a respectable tour average.
By changing launch parameters alone, you can dramatically increase distance.
How Did I Do This?
If you want to know what I did to improve the distance so dramatically, just enter your email below and I will send you a link detailing how you can add yardage to your game.