The Driver is the longest club in the golf bag and its also the club with the least amount of loft. By making very slight changes to the setup, we can get the taylormade rbz irons
In this video we have a quick look at three important changes to help get the body in the best position to make the taylormade rbz driver
work. Firstly, making sure the feet are should width apart, the spin is slightly tilted away from the ball and that the ball is positioned towards the front of our stance. All these are key to getting the optimal strike on the golf ball with the driver.
The Ball on the Tee
When teeing up for the driver, making sure the ball is at the right height for the rbz driver
s important. A 3rd of the ball should be above the driver and you should strike the ball in the top half of the club.
Spine Angle & Feet
The spine angle should be slightly tilted away from the ball. The feet should be slightly wider apart than with other clubs, around a shoulder width apart. By tilting the spine, it will help to contact the ball on the rise, giving loft to the shot with rocketballz irons
The ball position should be in line with the left hand heal (or right if you are left handed). With the Spine slightly angled and the ball towards the front of the stance, this will give you the optimal angle for launching the ball off the tee.