What is the right driver for me?

Driver loft, which typically ranges from 8.5° to 15°, should match your swing speed. The slower your swing speed the more loft you should have. If your average swing speed is between 80 and 90 mph (the average for most male golfers) you should be using a driver with about 10.5° to 12° of loft.

Why is my driver going right?

A slice shot is caused by a poor grip and setup, an outside-to-in downswing path and an open clubface. An outside-to-in path occurs when the golfer reaches too far on the downside, bringing the club down to the right of the ball (outside), relative to the target line.

How do I fix my golf drive right?

10 ways golfers can stop missing their drives to the right

  1. A good grip.
  2. A full turn.
  3. *Feel* like your arms outrace club.
  4. Keep your underarms close.
  5. Fold your lead arm on your release.
  6. Drop your back foot behind you.
  7. Relax your hands and arms.
  8. Tilt your shoulders away from the target.

Why am I hitting my driver high and right?

Hitting the ball extra high with the driver is generally a sign of too much backspin. This can often be chalked up to your equipment, other times to your swing, and sometimes traced to a simple flaw in your setup.

Why am I blocking my driver to the right?

Ball too far back in the stance. Sometimes, a problem as frustrating as blocking the ball to the right can be as simple to solve as correcting your ball position. If you are playing the ball too far back in your stance currently, that seemingly minor error could be the cause of your blocked shots.

Why does my golf ball keep going to the right?

If your clubface is facing to the right of the target at impact, your ball will start to the right. The path of the club in relation to the clubface will determine the spin. If your golf ball curves from left to right, the path of your club is moving more left than where your clubface is pointing.

Where is the sweet spot on a golf driver?

In most modern drivers, the sweet spot is close to the center from heel to toe, but vertically, it has moved to a position above the center of the face.

Does tee height affect driving distance?

Does Tee Height Effect Driver Distance? The height of your tee effects your swing path into impact, especially with the driver. This, in turn, will have an influence on the spin that the ball will have on it. Teeing the ball up can help vastly reduce the spin on your drives and so increase distance.