Joe Miller’s 3 Best Tips To CRUSH Longer Drives | Best Golf Driving Tips



Looking to crush your longest golf drive of the season? Who better to learn from than two-time World Long Drive champion Joe Miller.

Following his absolutely outrageous ‘GolfMagic Halloween Pumpkin Smash’ just moments before, Miller revealed his 3 best tips for longer drives.

Miller spoke about correct tee length, improving shoulder turn and using your feet to generate greater distance off the tee. 

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