The driver is the least forgiving club in the bag, so it is vital that your set up and swing are as accurate as possible. Players may get away with small flaws in their swing when playing with shorter irons, but with the driver any faults are ruthlessly exposed.
The priority for shots played with the 913 titleist driver is to create club head speed. The aim should be to sweep the ball of the tee and into the air with a shallow angle of attack. To make this easier, the player's weight should favor their right side at address and the ball should be played well forward in the stance, just inside the left heel.
The player's hands should be even with, or fractionally behind, the ball at address. The swing should start with the club head low to the ground to set up a wide takeaway. The driver from 913 d3 driver for slae online store is the longest club in the bag, so it is important to give yourself plenty of room and to control its power.
To do this you must retain the bend in the right knee and prevent your weight from moving on to the outside of the right foot. To maximize power, you must make the transition between backswing and downswing as smooth as possible.
Any sudden lunges will destroy the rhythm and almost certainly lead to a loss of power and distance. At impact, the left arm and club should form a straight line because the clubface makes contact with the ball slightly on the upswing while the club head is released past the body.