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What You Can Learn From a Long-Drive Champ

What You Can Learn From a Long-Drive Champ By Justin James As a former world long-drive champion, I often hear from regular golfers that they’ll never come close to being able to swing like me. Not true. You can. If you copy even a little of my technique, the ball is going to come off […]

3 drills that will build a great putting stroke

3 drills that will build a great putting stroke By Todd McGill When you find yourself scratching your head because of all the putts you’re missing, take the time to hit the practice green and work out the kinks. All players go through slumps and face times when their stroke needs touching up, these three […]

5 quick tips to conquering the downhill chip

5 quick tips to conquering the downhill chip By David Leadbetter Usually the area around a green is level with or lower than the putting surface. But sometimes you’ll find your ball on a mound near the green, leaving you with a downhill chip. Sure, it was a lucky break that the hill kept your […]

The first step in fairway-bunker play: Clearing the lip

The first step in fairway-bunker play: Clearing the lip By Scott Chisholm You’ve run down the fairway-bunker checklist in your head—take an extra club, dig into the sand with your feet, grip down on the handle, aim a little right of the target—all the things you’ve been told that will help execute this shot. You’re confident […]

Poor weight transfer (and how we develop swing flaws)

Poor weight transfer (and how we develop swing flaws) By Dennis Clark I recall an old joke about a guy who was lost on a country backroad. He spots a local resident and asks for directions to a certain town. The local responds: “You can’t get there from here.” Whenever I hear that joke, I […]

Get better swing plane where it matters, near the ball

Get better swing plane where it matters, near the ball By Matthew Rudy The same few words seem to pop up when describing Bryson DeChambeau’s game: Unique, quirky, or even strange. What isn’t strange are the results. DeChambeau won his third career PGA Tour event at the Northern Trust, smashing the field by four shots with […]

A Simple Way to Power Up Your Golf Swing

A Simple Way to Power Up Your Golf Swing By Ron Kaspriske Three important physical attributes that lead to more power in the golf swing are strong gluteal muscles, core stability and ankle mobility. Strong glutes should be obvious. They are prime movers in the golf swing and control the action of the pelvis. You also […]

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Michael Breed: Try My Secret Move To Flush It From Any Lie

Michael Breed: Try My Secret Move To Flush It From Any Lie By Michael Breed do a little prep work. I’ve learned from all my years in New York that spring lies—those muddy ones with no cushion under the ball—are prime territory for fat shots. And when you hit a few of those, you can lose […]