A new practice method helps you learn faster by – get this – avoiding the sweet spot. Here’s how you can make better contact.
Getting the shanks doesn’t mean you must suffer them. GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher Mark Durland has a quick fix.
Basing your putting line more on what the ball is going to do as it nears the hole than what it does at the start is a great way to quickly improve your green reading.
If you come up short or push putts to the right, this is the fix for you.
For those who want to hit the ball further—who doesn’t?—swinging past parallel could be the quick fix you need for extra yards.
This drill will reveal how much sand to take—so you can knock it stiff from the bunker every time.
Your first step toward becoming a great on-course player is efficiently making the most of your time on the range. These drills will help you own the range.