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Be The (Middle) ball Here's a drill that will help you get better at making contact in the center of the clubface A very important variable to better ballstriking is "centeredness of contact."
Miss The Box Stop the pop-ups and you'll hit the ball higher and farther than before Angle of attack is the direction the clubhead travels into the back of the ball.
Jordan Spieth Key positions that unlock the secret to Jordan's success Jordan Spieth is one of the up-and-comers on the PGA TOUR.
Keep A Steady Head Make more putts with better distance and direction Out on the LPGA Tour, if you're averaging somewhere in the 28-29 putts per round, you're considered among the best putters out here.
Long Game: Ready To Rip Swing faster in your next drive If you asked me what I think is the best part about playing golf, I'm going to always say that it's having the ability to pound the golf ball as hard as you can.
Is Your Camera Lying To You? Guidelines for camera placements and what you should see from those placements Have you ever wondered if what you see in magazines (yes, even this one) is showing you what you need to see?
Five Questions For The Sorenstam Sisters Recenty Golf Tips sat down with LPGA Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam and her sister and fellow pro, Charlotta — who runs the Annika Academy outside Orlando, Florida — for some insight on how and what they teach and their philosophy on keeping one’s game sharp.
Learn Like A Junior! How to master fundamentals like a beginner One of my favorite things about teaching junior players is knowing that they don't have any preconceived notions about what they think the golf swing should look and feel like.
Practice Like A Pro Learn how to practice effectively and start seeing results When practicing out on the range, it's important you remember to be in a training mind-set, not necessarily a playing one.
Pump It Up! Learn to crank your next drive in seconds Everyone loves big, booming drives. In fact, I challenge you to find any golfer who's willing to give up even an inch of that precious driving yardage.