Go Low With The Swing You Have
Johnny Miller: 3 Ways To Go Low With The Swing You Have
Shave strokes - instantly! - without changing your swing with these three simple strategic tips from Golf Magazine contributor Johnny Miller. Watch Video»

Power

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Thrust Your Hips For Longer Drives
'Thrust' Your Hips For Power
Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Brady Riggs has the secret downswing hip move that all big bombers use to create extra speed.

Slice/Hook

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Rip Your Hybrid Right Down the Middle
Rip It Right Down the Middle
Hybrids often hook. Here's how to avoid the lefts when throttling down off the tee, as demonstrated by Top 100 Teachers Bill and Craig Harmon.

Putting

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The Old School Way To Bury More Birdies
Old School Birdie Secret
Learn the stroke of 1920s PGA Champion Leo Diegel and drain more putts inside 20 feet, as demonstrated by Top 100 Teacher Rick Grayson.

Short Game

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Mitchell Spearman: Chip It Crisp From Any Lie
Chip It Crisp From Any Lie
Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Mitchell Spearman has a simple chipping drill that will have you saying goodbye forever to a fear of tight lies.

Solid Contact

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Chop Your Handicap In Half With The Axe Drill
Chop Your Handicap In Half
Top 100 Teachers Mike Bennett and Andy Plummer demonstrate how to pretend you're splitting wood to hit it longer and straighter than ever.

Sand

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Lou Guzzi: The Simple Way To Escape Fairway Bunkers
Easy Escape Plan
Consider the lip when choosing your club and you'll get out of fairway bunkers with ease, as demonstrated by Top 100 teacher Lou Guzzi.

Trouble Shots

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Power Through Tall Grass
Power Through Tall Grass
Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Mark Hackett has four simple moves to get you out of the deep rough and back in play.

Strategy

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Play Like The Pros: Think Like Phil To Change For The Better
Think Like Phil
Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Mitchell Spearman explains how you can tinker like Phil Mickelson to improve your game.

Basics

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Ask A Harmon: A Perfect Address - In 10 Seconds!
A Perfect Address
You'll always be the proper distance from the ball using these simple tips from Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers Bill and Craig Harmon.
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