Can you improve your golf game from your living room? Yes, say these GOLF Top 100 Teachers, but only if you do it right.
One-handed golf swings can have many benefits, especially when it comes to feeling where the clubface is along the arc of your swing.
Your lower body is a powerful source of power in your golf swing. But if you try to rely on it *too* much, it can cause other issues in your game.
The coronavirus is here, but that doesn’t mean golfers can’t enjoy the game they love. As long as they DON’T do these simple things.
G.A.S.P.: A four step-checklist that will improve the essential fundamentals in your golf swing, without you leaving the house.
When you’re a 90s shooter and looking for answers, golfers tend to reach for things that don’t always matter. Here’s a few of the most common.
Being stuck indoors doesn’t mean you have to stop improving your game. The first step is knowing what you need.
Arnold Palmer’s legendary golf swing was the product of an immensely powerful lower body move. Here’s what you can lean from it.
Bogey golfers generally have a good game, but there are just a few things holding them back from a big breakthrough.
Rory McIlroy’s driver and iron swings are slightly different. There are advantages and disadvantages to both, both you can learn from.