Tired of poor contact on long irons? Scott Piercy has one simple drill to get you hitting through the ball.
Golfers who slice the ball have the ordering of their golf swing wrong. Getting your clubface square at impact starts on the takeaway.
How do you shoot lower scores on a consistent basis? For starters, you need to think differently. Here’s one tip.
Rory McIlroy’s game is in great shape, and his ball-striking rivals his 2015 season. Let’s break down one of his favorite swing drills — and why he does it.
Lots of golfers love taking big, juicy divots. I’m here to tell you that you shouldn’t, because they’re probably being caused by a flaw in your swing.
It may surprise you at first, but the key to hitting a cconsistent draw is feeling like your clubface is working open, says Kuchar’s coach.
Tommy Fleetwood’s abbreviated follow-through knockdown shot is a masterpiece — and something that can improve your game.
Better players who often make the mistake of over-rolling their wrists through impact struggle hitting hooks — and get into trouble.
A right elbow that’s flying is primed for a slice. Opt for natural power, with your elbows in front of your chest, not above it.
If you’re struggling with your iron shots, the “Impact Snap” is a training aid favored by many of the best golf coaches in the country.