Driver Roll-out

Knowing your Roll-Out with your Driver is (so crucial).

The fairway all of the sudden gets a lot BIGGER.

I shot this video explaining why it’s so important.

Check out the shape of this fairway and give me some feedback on this
and how you would play it.

Keep em long and straight,
CJ

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10 Comments

  1. Mike says:

    CJ

    I want to get your thouhts on something. I have been having problems with some of the irons in my bag.I am playing AP II’S 4 – PW S 300 shafts and a vokeys 52 , 56 and 60 lw. I was fit at a retail store standard length and a supposed low end of stiff they ordered the clubs and were suppose to be soft stepped to make them a little softer.

    I play the 8 – lw really well very good solid shots 90 % of the time.
    When I hit the 7 – 4 irons they feel alot differentmore stiff harder to hit so I was wandering what the issue was. So I decided to ga to a Master club fitter builder with all certs. and went through a full fitting 3 hrs worth. The first thing that was found with my 5 – 6 irons if they were soft stepped they were way up in the highend in of stiff. The next thing found they were suppose to be D2 SW and they were D5 and a half inch longer than their spec. which is to long for me. I am having him reshaft them for my specs with KBS shafts. he is going to spine and align them and find the FLO and get everything aligned and Frequency & MOI Match the clubs so that they all feel 4- pw that it takes the same effort to swing them through the set.

    I guess my questions is does going through all this really make a difference in your game or can it be over kill. To me retail shops do not do a very good job in fitting compaired to what a master builder fitter does.

    Also got to see my swing on his computor have not seen it since I started your method. He and I both were shocked at how long I was holding the lag in the down swing it was perfect. I am going to spend most of the winter in graining your methods so when spring come next year I can spend 80% of my time on the putting and chipping greens and the other 20 % on the swing is my plan.

    Thanks Mike

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Mike,
      Thanks for the comments and info on everything. First, does the fitting and having the clubs screwed up as bad as they were make a difference. ABSOLUTELY. I have to hold my tongue here as that manufacturer is huge and obviously produces quality clubs, however this is not the first time that their clubs come this way. I myself use to be on their staff and my clubs were supposed to come from the tour department so they were suppose to be perfect, which they never were. In their defense they are not the only manufacturer that makes mistakes. It is imperative for anyone that buys clubs, even if they are specially ordered, to have them checked by a fitter for loft/lie and frequency. I would put money on it that they are not always the specs you ordered. i know this kinda defeats the whole idea of custom ordering, but remember where these clubs are made. I am glad you went to a fitter and this will make a huge difference. Most people don’t realize how big this will. As for wedges, they should be a bit heavier than your irons. If your irons are D2 then D3 or D4 is fine for your wedges. Great to hear about the swing and let me know if there is anything I can do for you. Keep in touch.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

      • Mike says:

        I agree that all the OEM’S make mastakes with equipment but was suprised that Titleist of all people was this far off. But things happen.They could have had a outside source make the changes.
        I still think they have very good equipment.

        • CJ Goecks says:

          Mike,
          I agree with you and think they make good equipment. Heck I used it for many years and was very happy, but having said that, from my experience the loft’s and lies were never once correct. I will say that I have never seen a wedge from them wrong on the loft though. Again I don’t think Titleist is the only one as I have seen this with many manufacturers. I strongly recommend that everyone has their clubs checked. Swing weights, loft, and lie are easily changed and can be remedied, but when their grabbing heads out of a box each one is slightly different. Remember that a swing weight is simply the weight of a dollar bill, but at the end of a shaft it does make a difference. I wish it wasn’t true, but just the facts.
          Keep em Long and Straight,
          CJ

  2. Tony R says:

    Hey CJ, what are your thoughts on hitting driver off the deck? I’ve tried it a couple of times but it didn’t work out so well. I hit a pretty good 3-wood off the deck and my swing speed is about 105mph max. I suppose you need 120+.

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Tony R.
      If it works for you then great. Obviously your three wood is good so stick with that. The driver off the deck is going to fade. You need to choke up on a bit and feel like your going to take a divot with it even though you won’t. this will produce a low fade that is good into a strong wind, or off a severe upslope. If you need to carry something than look to plan B. Hope this helps. You have enough clubhead speed to pull this shot off, but its a matter of why you need it. IF there is no trouble short of the green and you want to run it up than try my tips for hitting it properly. i will hit this shot probably 3-5 times a year at max.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      cj

  3. Sid Ragland says:

    QUESTION:

    Almost every teaching pro., etc. spends a lot of time talking about the left side of the body for right hand golfers…but, almost nobody talks about the role the “RIGHT ARM” plays in the downswing.

    Would you please comment on this?

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Sid Ragland,
      What is the role of the right arm? I don’t think it really matters which arm you refer to as it is a matter of personal preference. If you imagine during the backswing the wrists hinge and form the letter L. this will fold the right arm next to your ribs. there will be some shoulder turn to complete the turn. During the downswing the right arm will extend wihile the angle is held in the wrists and the right arm will be in front of the right hip before impact. The body will rotate through impact and the wrists will hinge as the right arm is extended. I see this as what happens with the right arm, not as a role. I don’t believe that one arm’s job is support versus power or anything else like that. I think it’s up to personal preference to decide the role. Let me know if this helps.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      cj

      • Sid Ragland says:

        CJ
        Thanks for your response to my question about the “right arm” in the downswing.
        And, YES, it did help emensely.
        Your explanation was clear, concise and easily understood.

        Thanks a million.

        Sid

        • CJ Goecks says:

          Sid Ragland,
          Great to hear. I was worried that I confused you. Best wishes and thanks for letting me know.
          Keep em Long and Straight,
          CJ

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