It's really just a matter of having the proper amount of flex in your drivetrain (that includes suspension) to deal with it.
But if you're slipping around in the middle of gears (other than 1-2 and not on wet pavement) then you should probably learn how to drive properly within the powerband.
The throttle is not an on off switch.
To those people with mk6 golf/gti with the RNS-315 satnav and steering wheel control buttons, do your steering wheel radio control buttons work when the car is off to change station/track on the stereo? I ask because mine do not, which isn't that big a deal unless they're supposed to.
2010 CW Golf TDI DSG 2DR - Euroswitch - LED tails, turns - Clear corners - GTI sideskirts - Audi stainless tips - Porto alloy spare - Plastic battery box - 9W7 Bluetooth
2013 RS Golf 2.5 6AT 2DR - Bone stock