Tip from the Tour: Controlling your distance with Erik Compton

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Controlling one's distance is vital to shooting lower scores.  Most amateurs tend to under club and leave themselves short of the pin.

In the tip above, Titleist Brand Ambassador Erik Compton talks about the key steps in helping golfers achieve better distance control. 

From 135 yards, Erik mentions the importance of grip pressure and rhythm in helping golfers of all abilities hit it pin high consistently.

Keep these tips in mind next time you are looking to hit it close.


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  1. Deno

    Very important tip.  Distance control is learned through practice, practice, practice.

    "Feel" golf is so underrated these days on the amateur level.