Every golfer finishes his or her round with either confidence on the greens or a lack thereof. Talk is cheap, but muscle memory is reliable.
Dave Pelz looks at the sceince and says you’d be a fool not to putt with the flagstick in, following the USGA’s rule change for 2019.
Find four great players with your size, stature, body type, weight, metabolism and personality. Here’s how that will help your game.
Weekend players complain that lob wedges are difficult to hit. Please! Here’s why you should put one in your bag.
Big-bending putts can be intimidating, but you’ll jar more of them with this simple three-step process. (And hey, lip-ins count, too!)
Have you ever taken the time to write down the clubs you used, and how often you used them? Doing so can guide your practice.
Whether you make a practice stroke behind the ball, next to it, or just in your head, it’s vital to getting that ball in the hole.
I could talk for weeks about my 50-year infatuation with all things putting. But I figured I’d just give you the CliffsNotes instead. Enjoy!
Shinnecock Hills is a beast. Then they lengthened it. What was already tough should play even tougher this year, but these seven holes will determine the championship.
About 43 percent of all your strokes occur with a putter in your hands. That’s a hefty proportion, considering you have 13 other clubs in your bag. Maybe it’s time to cut that percentage down and start making more putts.