You can’t hit big drives if your body gets stuck. That’s why I make a point of rotating my hips completely open on the downswing. This allows my arms to fully extend through the hitting area. Not only do my hips clear, but they remain level, which is key. By rotating through on a level plane, my right shoulder, arm and hip are able to continue adding power through impact. This prevents my body from getting stuck, which would limit the potential for clubhead speed by forcing me to hit only with my hands.
Carl Wolter captured the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship in 2002 and the LDA Tour Championship in 2003.
One of the most used driver heads at all long drive events is the 100 percent forged titanium Alpha Golf V.2.