GOLF Top 100 Teacher Scott Monroe explains how to hit a low-flighted, high-spinning chip that can bail you out of trouble
GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher Scott Munroe shows you how to use a quick stretch to get the shoulder action you need to hit bombs.
You only get one chance to make a first impression, so make it count! Follow Top 100 teacher Scott Munroe's five steps to become one with No. 1.
Big, bowl-shaped bunkers are a piece of cake. It's the shallow bunkers that are the most challenging.
Get your mitts ready and watch your swing motor out of the blocks.
A one-piece swing is simplistic, but you're better off segmenting your swing. This easy drill adds power and helps you stay on plane.
"Monitoring" your putting stroke like, even with your peripheral vision, makes it difficult to keep your head steady and your stroke on-target.
The Rules of Golf won't rescue you if your ball comes to rest in a divot, but Top 100 Teacher Scott Munroe can.