Are you struggling with a lack of length off the tee?
Do you wish you had more consistency on the course?
Do you hit weak iron shots that tend to die?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then this simple drill is for you.
This drill will help you:
- Blast drives further off the tee every time (you will add speed to your swing)
- Hit powerful, compressed iron shots with more consistency and accuracy (with less effort)
- Become a consistent golfer both off the tee and on the fairways
- Improve your swing tempo and allow you to swing with ease (taking pressure off your back and body)
Hi, I’m Peter Croker and for the past 45 years I’ve dedicated my life to understanding the great game of golf.
First as a touring professional and then as a golf coach.
My past students include prime ministers, golfing greats and multiple PGA Teachers of the Year.
Collectively, my past students have won 26 Major Championships, 149 US PGA tour, 106 European Tour and 468 Professional Events worldwide.
I’ve played alongside champions such as Seve Ballesteros, Lee Trevino, Peter Thomson and Greg Norman.
I’ve spent time with Ben Hogan, Tom Tomasello, Moe Norman, Arnold Palmer and many others.
I’ve written three books, and spent many thousands of hours studying under mentors. I’ve questioned their methods and delved deeper when needed.
For the past 25 years I’ve been developing what is now known as the Croker Golf System.
It has been my entire lifes work.
And I want you to have this foundation drill of the Croker Golf System so that you can improve your game, starting today.
There are as many golf swings as there are golfers, and a mighty number of them successful at a hitting a ball squarely, solidly in the right direction, with adequate power. Our swings are as unique to us as our thumbprint.
We swing according to our stature, with a speed our muscles and sinews allow, and generally speaking we are stuck with that. Yet we can improve our striking technique, improve results, and get better scores with sensible guidance such as that provided by Peter Croker.