Hitting the ball high and far off of the tee with a driver is something that every amateur golfer dreams about doing and some are able to do it much better than others and that's down to one crucial factor. Hitting up on the ball is probably a term you've heard frequently, but understanding how it's done successfully can transform your driver game.
When using launch monitors such as Trackman, golfers are given feedback on the data being produced with every shot and this enables professionals to gain a better understanding of their students and where they might be going wrong.
In our latest Monday Shank video, PGA professionals and directors of Tee Box London, Harry and Liam, discuss the importance of hitting up on the golf ball and show you their favourite drill that will have see you achieving higher and longer drives in no time.
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Tee Box London has quickly become one of the most popular indoor golf facilities in the nation's capital, thanks to its industry leading Trackman powered simulators, providing golfers with the perfect haven to unwind, practice or take a lesson with one of their highly qualified PGA professionals.
Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, Tee Box has unfortunately had to close its doors to the public, but once they are able to open once again, you can find the incredible facility in the heart of the square mile, just a four minute walk from Bank or Mansion House station and just one minute from St Pauls.
Tee Box London: 33 Gutter Lane, Priest's Court, City of London, EC2V 8AS.