DiStefano also suggests these five tips:
1. Swing Easy, especially when it's breezy, and accelerate through the ball.
Most power comes from the club and not from the body. Let the club do the work. Use club technology to help you gain more yards.
2. Initiate the swing with your left shoulder.
Your right hand is guiding your club head throughout the plane of your swing. Let your left shoulder start your initial downswing and keep the right hand fluid through contact.
3. Keep your head as still as possible.
You hear this tip so much because it is an important one. The less movement in your swing, the less room for error. A still body creates more consistent results.
4. Keep your weight centered on your insteps as much as possible.
A solid base should be your initial thought while addressing the ball. Make sure your body weight is balanced on approach and hold through your finish.