You're faced with a solid 230-yard carry over a waste area, and your average drive is about 240 yardswith roll. You're about 10 yards short of a perfect drive. Should you just swing a little harder? Nope. Follow these keys.
This situation calls for a high draw, which in turn requires a wide, shallow swing path. Place the ball forward in your stance, off your left armpit, which will allow you to take greater advantage of the upward path of your driver at impact, and close your stance about an inch to invite a right-to-left ball flight.
At impact, you want your head to be focused on the ball but still behind your hips and your arms, which should extend toward the target as they pass through the impact zone and up into the follow-through.
And there's no need to turn your right arm over your left at impact in an effort to impart draw spin to the ball your slightly closed stance will take care of that.