Weekend golfers

A Word About Equipment Before You Buy A Driver


There are plenty of drivers on the market. 

Finding the right one is a bit of a mine-field but it can be an enjoyable journey to find it.

But I suggest you work on your swing first though. 

I’ve seen it all too often that a player will get a driver or club fitting before building a solid swing.

Build the swing then go for a fitting.

Knowing your club-head speed will also help you to choose a golf ball that is the correct compression to match your speed and get the best performance from it.  

If you are just getting started then make sure you read our article about buying your first driver as a beginner golfer

Happy Golfing

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Drive For Show Coaching

How To Drive For Show

It’s time you stopped missing the fairway, got more distance off the tee and did it more often.

You’ve probably heard the phrase Drive For Show, Putt For Dough…

How much money do you think you would win if it takes you four shots before you reach the green?

Being able to hit the driver well requires a quality action and great timing.

When you hit a golf ball, one thing always remains constant and that is the 5 Laws and these represent how the club head is delivered to the ball at impact.

These laws are what cause the ball flight and spin

If You would you like to add distance to your drives and hit them longer and straighter, more often

visit our comprehensive video coaching course: Drive For Show

Steve King of Fore King Golf

Steve King

Once Came 2nd In A Nearest The Pin Competition

Steve King is a UK based golf blogger, who shares free online golf coaching that he created with his good friend Richard Lawless (PGA Professional)

Steve plays most of his golf in his home county of Wiltshire, in the UK. Read more about Steve