In this video PGA Professional Eric Hogge shows you how to adjust your swing if you are switching to a driver with a bigger head. First, you will have to tee your ball up higher than if you were using a club with 200cc’s. The newer 460cc drivers will require you to tee the ball up higher and not sole the driver on the ground or if that doesn’t feel comfortable for you, you can also address the ball at the toe of the club instead. Follow along as Eric demonstrates how to adjust your swing with new drivers.
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