For players struggling with the short game, they are either too steep or too shallow. Focus on your direction of energy to chip it clean.
Arm Lock putting is the hot new technique on the PGA Tour. Here's how it can help your game.
Performance flows from your eyes to your brain and then to your muscles. Good putters utilize all available information before they pull the trigger.
The newest member of the U.S. Open ruling class, 27-year-old Brooks Koepka, missed just 10 greens at Erin Hills—not exactly what you'd call "stressing" your sand game. But when the champ does go ker-splat, he's a 50-50 bet to get up and down. His secret? Four can't-miss moves you can copy right now.
Putting from far away is a mechanical game, but putting from very close can be a mental game. Here's how to tame your nerves and make short work of short putts.