Playing a shot directly over a tree may not always be the best play, but in a pinch, the correct setup and swing can make it happen.
If you’re hitting your irons straight, but you’re still not getting the kind of explosive power you want, you’re probably not creating enough lag in your downswing.
If you’re like most older players, you’ve gradually lost some flexibility over the years, and that can often show up in an inability to make a full turn behind the ball. To get some of that old turning ability back, try releasing your left knee during your backswing.
Who better to crack the long-distance code than the most talented drivers in the pro game today? Pay attention, class — you won’t get a better lesson than this.
The loft part is easy—your wedge has gaggles of it. What takes some effort is producing that electric shot-stopping spin
To ensure that the clubhead moves fastest at the ball instead of before it, focus on the finish instead of impact.
Banana ball got you down? The culprit might just be your takeaway. Many slicers tend to rotate their hands and fan the clubface open during the backswing, a move that only increases the chance that your clubface will remain open at impact.
Turn that chop into an uppercut — and add yards — with this simple drill.
Breaking tees means you probably can’t break 90. It also means you’re probably swinging too steep. Buck that trend.
America has never been more diet- and body-conscious, yet obesity rates are at an all-time high. Part of the problem? Bad advice from well-meaning friends…