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Although golfers end the day on the 18th green their day begins on a tee box A drive the first hit off a tee toward the objective hole may seem very routine and insignificant but in fact it is the most important shot taken on each hole If golfers hit a long drive into the nicely cut fairway they have only to hit the ball off the nicely cut grass on usually a clear path to the hole But if they hit a drive into the woods then they have to make sure the ball does not hit any trees branches or other obstacles when exiting the woods Thats why hitting a good drive is a must With practice even you can hit a fundamental drive First before you can drive a ball you need the right equipment You will need a number one wood or driver a golf tee and preferably golf shoes for extra traction to prevent your feet from sliding Now that you have the proper equipment you can begin the drive First take the golf tee and insert it into the ground with the needle-like bottom down Then place the golf ball on the platform of the tee The tee should be set at a height of comfort for the golfer The size of the driver head or part that comes into contact with the ball during a swing should be taken into consideration because the middle of the ball should be struck with the sweet spot or middle of the clubface Next approach the ball and establish a stance The stance of your legs should be shoulder width apart and square with the shoulders More advance golfers may use open or closed stances but a square stance is best for beginners After establishing a stance that is comfortable then take the golf club holding the shaft on the tape with the left hand placing the thumb on top of
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