Long bunker shots are some of the most difficult shots in golf. But to catch them every time with nice, clean contact, try this technique.
You can’t teach every shot in the book, especially this backwards over-the-head swipe to save a golfer from a nearby water hazard.
Practicing your putting when you’re feeling fatigued can be grueling, so the key is to make sure you’re working on the right stuff.
If you’re continually hitting the ground before the ball, you can change the focus of your eyes and stop chunking chips.
GOLF Teacher to Watch Erika Larkin has a simple golf hack that can help you use a sharpie to control your clubface around the green.
A U.S. Am semi-finalist caused a bit of a stir when fans discovered he didn’t carry a lob wedge. That golf many golfers wondering: Should they ditch theirs?
GOLF Top 100 Teacher Joe Plecker helps you hit crisp pitch shots from the fairway.
GOLF Top 100 Teacher Scott Monroe explains how to hit a low-flighted, high-spinning chip that can bail you out of trouble
Brooks Koepka’s short game coach, Pete Cowen, knows when to give him some tough love, especially when it comes to his chipping.
I spent the day watching pros play out of the sand at the 2019 U.S. Open, and noticed some similarities from the greats.