Don’t forget the Impact Point!

Want to his more solid and straighter drives?  Then be sure the impact point is slightly above the center of the face of the driver.   You can measure this by using a dry erase marker to mark the face of your driver.

Impact points on the heel can cause the ball to go to the right and impact points on the toe can cause the ball to curve to the left although the ball can go the other direction if the face is open or closed enough to override the impact point.    Heel & toe hits also cost you distance off the tee.  The $1.50 you spend on the Dry Erase marker might be the best $1.50 you can ever spend.