Having trouble slicing the ball? Unsure of how to properly use TaylorMade's Loft Sleeve? Want to spin your wedges like the best players on Tour?
Every golfer has something in their game that they're trying to improve. Some fixes can take a lot of time, others simply require a small adjustment or different swing thought. In order to help golfers overcome some of the most common problems in their games, we brought in Piers and Andy from ME & MY GOLF to walk you through simple golf tips and easy golf drills, so you can get out to your local range and start improving the way you play.
Check out the videos below to learn how to fix your common misses, improve your ballstriking, and take advantage of TaylorMade's adjustable equipment.
HOW TO HIT A DRAW WITH A DRIVER
Hitting a draw can be hard. Hitting a draw with a driver in your hands can be even harder. If you want to learn how to hit a high-bomb draw off the tee like Jason Day, this is the golf tip for you. Learn how your setup and swing can produce a draw—and see how the adjustability of the M3 driver can make things easier than ever.
HOW TO HIT A FADE WITH A DRIVER
On the PGA TOUR, playing a fade has become more popular than ever. Most prominently, Dustin Johnson pulls off long cut-shots off the tee with ease and complete control. Learn how you can (intentionally) play pay a fade off the tee with these golf tips and how you can slide the weights in your M3 driver to further promote a left-to-right ball flight.
HOW TO USE TAYLORMADE'S ADJUSTABLE Y-TRACK TECHNOLOGY
Y-Track technology in the 2018 M3 driver provides more adjustability and personalization than ever before. Golfers can modify the position of two movable weights to improve their ball flight and optimize performance. In this video, Piers and Andy show you how easy it is to use the Y-Track to your advantage.
HOW TO USE TAYLORMADE'S LOFT SLEEVE TECHNOLOGY
Loft Sleeve technology provides an incredibly easy way for golfers to adjust their loft, lie, and face angle to fit their swing. Loft Sleeve technology in the M3 and M4 drivers allows you to change the loft +/- 2 degrees, create a more upright lie angle, and much more... This can be used to help launch the ball higher, promote a drawing ball flight, or adjust to the way you're hitting the ball on the range before you take it to the course. In this video, Piers and Andy explain how you can make these adjustments on your own.
HOW TO HIT LONG IRONS
For many golfers, long irons can be some of the most challenging clubs to hit. In this video, Piers and Andy explain how you can improve your ballstriking with a long iron in your hand and have more confidence when you need to hit a distant green.
HOW TO SPIN YOUR WEDGE SHOTS
In golf, there are few shots more rewarding that spinning the ball back to the flag with a wedge in your hands. But this is often easier said than done... In this video, you'll learn how you can generate more spin on your wedge shots and how TaylorMade's HI-TOE wedge can help.
HOW TO INCREASE DRIVER CLUBHEAD SPEED
Want to hit longer drives? Let's start with generating some more clubhead speed. In this video, Piers and Andy will show you how Rory McIlroy uses the ground to his advantage to produce incredible clubhead speed and achieve massive distance with driver in his hands.
HOW TO *STOP* SLICING YOUR DRIVES
Nothing feels worse than watching your ball start down the center of the fairway before slicing off into the trees (or worse). It's a common problem that golfers face, especially off the tee. But luckily for you, there are ways you can modify your M3 driver and work with your setup/swing to help eliminate the dreaded slice from your game.
HOW TO *STOP* HOOKING YOUR DRIVES
Snap hook. Duck hook. Rope hook... whatever you call it, this can be the most uncontrollable (and penalizing) shot a golfer can hit off the tee. In this video, Piers and Andy from Me & My Golf walk you through how you can use the M3 driver's weight settings to minimize the chance of a hook and work with your setup/swing to help eliminate big hooks from your game and save you some strokes (and embarrassment) off the tee.
Hopefully these golf tips can help fix some of the major issues you have with your game. As indicated in the videos, your equipment can significantly help as well. Whether you need adjustable drivers, fairway woods, and Rescue clubs so you can personalize your performance, forgiving irons to improve your long-iron striking, or new wedges to sharpen your short game, you can always find all the most advanced golf equipment at TaylorMadeGolf.com.
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