A hammered drive, caught dead center on the club, has a way of staying with you. More than any shot in golf, the long, straight tee ball is the one we tend to watch with pride, even re-live after the round. Good driving also makes the rest of the game a lot easier-shorter approach shots, more greens in regulation, birdie putts. But some features of the driver swing are hard to see from ordinary camera angles, so this month we’re taking things up a notch. In the following overhead views, I’ll point out the movements and positions you should copy. Practice them, and you’ll hit more tee shots worth admiring.