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Shots To Score By!
Must know shots to get up and down more often If you really want to shoot lower scores, it's imperative that you learn the shots on the golf course you need to prevent big numbers from occurring.
Prospective: Jim Furyk
A look at his amazing ballstriking capabilities Say what you will about Jim Furyk, the man knows how to play some extraordinary golf using a homegrown swing that's truly one of a kind.
The Truth About Ball Flight
Why things happen the way they do in the golf swing By now, you've probably seen and heard a fair share of video commentaries on the golf swing, notably, those midround reviews of Tour players during tournament broadcasts.
Rake It Up
Bounce your wedge off the rake and improve your sand play If there's one shot in golf that golfers unnecessarily struggle with, it has to be the simple bunker shot.
The Chip Putt
One of the easiest shots in golf When it comes to hitting the simple bump-and-run shot from just off the green, I teach it the same way to all my students.
Stroke Saver: Hinging On It Golf would be much easier if we played on the same hole, 18 times in a row. Imagine if you only needed to hit a handful of shots, and you could spend all your time mastering them.
Play Ugly, Score Beautifully
Stop the bleeding and get back on track When it comes to playing golf, one thing is for sure: Rarely are two days ever the same. Some days, your swing is grooving nicely and you can't miss.
Long Game: Get Connected
Keep your arms and body connected through the downswing One of the most important keys to hitting the ball both straight and far is keeping the sequencing of your swing synced properly.
Play with a better mind and shoot lower scores Fear can be a great detriment not only to the mind, but also to how the body performs.
Long Game: Trust Your Decision
Make the right move before you swing I play in a lot of pro-ams with amateurs, and one of the most common errors I see is when players don't make the right shot decision before they hit the ball.
Practice for better putting mechanics Before your next round, here are two simple drills I want you to do on the practice green.
7 Deadly Swing Sins
Say goodbye to making the same swing mistakes When it comes to making critical swing flaws that wreak havoc on your ability to score, there are a handful of swing sins that you must avoid.
5 Shots! You Need To Know To Score Like A Pro
Get inside the ropes and learn Pro-Style short cuts The following five shots may not seem all that out of the ordinary, but they're the shots you need to master if you want to start shooting lower scores right now.
Play The Right Hand
Understanding grip pressure Ideally, what you want is to neutralize either your slicing or hooking tendencies by balancing out the pressure in your right hand.
Left To Compress
Hit your wedges like a pro On the LPGA Tour, it's imperative that you hit your wedge shots as close to the hole as possible.
Play Like A Player!
Quick tips and advice to make you look, feel and perform like a star So you think you're a player? If so, then I have some news for you.
6 Piece Golf Swing
Put your swing together correctly The setup is the first piece of this puzzle. So, let's start from the ground up.
Ground Up vs. Top Down
Finding consistency below your feet As golfers, we're a blessed bunch to be able to play our favorite game over miles and miles of manicured turf.
Manage Your Weight
Chip close right now One of the more common flaws I see in chipping is poor weight management.
A good look at Keegan's powerful swing Keegan Bradley, ranked 9th in the world, is one of the best drivers of the golf ball.
Quick methods to add serious power to your tee shots No matter what new driver, shaft or even golf ball you choose to play, nothing will help you hit the ball farther if you don't have the right set of swing mechanics.
Push Your Putt
Make more putts with a push One of the more common putting mistakes I see from my students is a lack of acceleration through the ball.