If you’ve ever been to a PGA Tour golf tournament, you’ve certainly heard the oohs and aahs of the gallery watching a pro drive the ball for the first time.
The ball simply soars out of sight, unlike their hacking attempts to swipe it out there 150 or 200 yards. And it looks so darn smooth. It’s like someone locked up the secret recipe and hid it from the public so they could never enjoy swinging like that.
Effortless power comes in two ways. One, you create maximum distance with a minimum amount of clubhead speed.
Pardon the crummy photo, but this was a super proud moment for me. It was the least amount of clubhead speed I had ever reached 300 yards with. 105.3 mph was all I needed to hit the ball 302 yards. It’s probably been done with a little less, but it’s pretty close to perfect.
Then there is your ability to create clubhead speed with very little effort. Did I look tense? Did I look like I was swinging all out? Well no. If you’ve seen my driver swing for this speed it looks like I’m bunting.
I made a video showing you my best 3 tips for generating more effortless power. Enjoy: