Kellie Stenzel is not only Top 50 Instructor and rated by Golf Digest as one of the Top Teachers of New York, she is also a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher and she shows you how to gain more distance in your golf swing. Originally from Geneva, New York, Kellie’s grandfather was a PGA Professional and her father played briefly on the PGA Tour. After graduating from high school, she attended Furman University in Greenville, S.C., and played four years of Division I Women’s golf. During her senior year at Furman, the team finished second in the nation at the NCAA finals.
Kelly Stenzel’s main advice before you try to gain more distance is to have a sound swing with good fundamentals. After that you are able to focus on generating more speed in your swing which will in turn give the extra distance. Kelly goes over what she calls the “swoosh drill” which involves turning the club upside down in order to practice swinging faster and getting the “swoosh” sound from the club. The higher pitched you can get it, the faster you are swinging.