By Cennydd Mills

I don’t too know many golfers who wouldn’t take a little extra distance off the tee. It’s a great feeling when you rip one out of the middle of the club face and watch your ball bound past your playing partners. But the driver can just as quickly ruin a round if you start chasing yards with a faster, arms-led swing which is a common fault from amateurs. The biggest bombs happen with a combination of launch and spin and that comes from swinging under control and in good sequence. Here’s a few tips to show you how to make that happen. —with Kent Gray