Instead of just accepting that your short game needs work, do something about it. And, thankfully, that won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
If you were guessing who Webb Simpson would thank after winning the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Jeff Bezos may have come as a surprise.
Golf’s best and brightest minds gathered at Pinehurst for the GOLF Top 100 Teachers summit last fall. Here are three tips that stood out.
Bad shots are a part of golf, but what’s the key to finding positive thoughts after a disastrous shot? Dr. Cartin weighs in.
Students constantly ask about the golf grip, but a key to understanding your hold on the club first requires you understand how your body influences it.
Golf has more technology than ever, but is it wise to only rely on data to diagnose your swing? Rory McIlroy provides his opinion.
Warming up is an art and a science. An inexact science, perhaps, which is why we asked some GOLF Top 100 Teachers for advice.
These two photos show you everything you need to know about why understanding your ball-striking habits is key to becoming a better golfer.
What makes five-time PGA Tour winner Fowler’s swing so successful? GOLF Top 100 Teacher Yarwood breaks it down.
GOLF Top 100 Teacher Jonathan Yarwood breaks down how Rickie flares his feet which helps him create lots of ground and leg resistance throughout his swing.