Stuart Lewis golf lessons

Take the club straighter back in the takeaway, this will then allow you to swing straighter through impact, allow your left hand to turn through more with the woods as this will then help to straighten the clubface at impact.

Let everything in the setup get closer together, grip down the club stand a little closer and allow the feet width to close a little. Most importantly lean some weight into the front foot. This helps you to hit down into the ball and get a good contact.

When you swing try to keep your arms as straight as possible and use as little wrist movement as you can, as the least movement you can use as possible the more consistent your shots will be.

You can then control the distance the ball goes my changing the length of backswing and then try different clubs, you will then get loads of distances that the ball will go