KORY BUDINGER DRIVER

KORY BUDINGER DRIVER

Kory Budinger comes back for another Player Lesson with Mike. This time it’s all about the Driver.

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KORY BUDINGER DRIVER
  • GRIP REVISITED

    Mike takes another look at Kory’s grip. Because it's still not strong enough, he makes the adjustments using baseball analogies to get the point across.

  • USING AN IMPACT BAG

    Using an impact bag with an alignment stick will help you feel how the hands work and swing through impact.

  • IMPACT POSITION

    It is imperative to have your left leg push your left hip out of the way at impact position.

  • OFFSETTING FORCES

    Mike works with Kory on getting the left hip out of the way at impact. Offsetting forces create more speed with the driver.

  • ANALYZING THE SWING PART 1

    Mike takes a closer look at analyzing Kory’s swing from down the line. He works on getting Kory’s left hip out of the way as he swings through impact.

  • ANALYZING THE SWING PART 2

    Mike analyzes Kory’s swing from face-on, looking at stopping Kory’s left leg and left knee from sliding forward at impact.

  • SPEED PRODUCERS

    Mike introduces Kory to multiple speed producers, such as hands, wrists, arms, and off-setting forces.

  • BAG STAND DRILL DRIVER

    Kory uses the bag stand drill to work on his driver. He focuses on not sliding his legs and knees forward and getting his hips out of the way at impact.