Golf Swing Tips
Take advantage of golf swing instruction from top pros and drop strokes from your game. Our golf swing tips will help you hit the sweet spot and keep your game in the fairway.
5 Keys Simplify your golf game now! During the last 100 years, the game's best players have exhibited a few similarities, which most golfers aren't aware of.
Quick Draw Get It Moving Right-to-Left in a Hurry! Wouldn't it be great if every golf hole was exactly the same?
Polish Up Your Finish End Your Swing The Right Way For Crisper Shots One of the best ways to get your swing in check is to focus on your finish position.
The Sequence What to look for when you analyze your own swing With the advent of swing-analysis apps for laptops, smartphones and tablets, it's now easier than ever to record and analyze your golf swing.
Ballpark It! Keep your club in the ballpark range! When it comes to making a golf swing, it's safe to say that there's really no one right way to do it.
Dance The Waltz Turn your swing into a dance move Sometimes the simplest way to improve your golf game is to concentrate on basic fundamentals.
Get In Tune Quick tips to help get your swing back on the right track and start shooting lower scores If you want to start hitting better golf shots right now, heed the advice on the following pages.
Weighing In Shift your weight correctly for the proper swing path I know that many of my students may think they understand how their balance shifts throughout their swings, but they often don't really feel it until I show them this drill.
Swing A Wet Mop Find your perfect swing with this household item One of the most critical parts of the golf swing is what you do in the first few inches of the takeaway.
My Favorite Tips & Drills Improve fast with my top ten tips Sometimes, even the best players in the world need to refresh their fundamentals. In fact, for some, the fundamentals are the only things they work on come time to keep their swings in check.
Check Your Hinge Gain yards with this simple drill What I like to do is rehearse a simple yet effective drill.
Build An Athletic Golf Swing Sporting goods and household items are the key to a softer swing! If anyone has ever told you that the golf swing is an athletic move, they're right.
Clap Your Hands Find the proper impact position Most of the time, when we hear of a player collapsing under the pressure of tournament golf, the breakdown happens somewhere late in the event.
“L” to “L” Don't think, just swing There are a lot of things wrong with golf instruction today, of which, I think much of the emphasis is put on the parts of the swing that happen too fast.
Learn Like A Pro So you can play like one As an instructor, I have had the privilege to work with Paige Mackenzie since the winter of 2008.
Old School Rescue Use your sand wedge to escape all kinds of greenside lies While a buried bunker lie might be a bad break, it’s certainly not impossible to get it up and down from here.
Squeeze The Tube Hold the club with the right grip pressure One of the most overlooked components of the golf swing is how firm or soft you should hold the club in your hands.
Make An Impact Add distance by making good contact Like most golfers, you probably want to hit the ball farther. Seems no matter how far we crush it, there's always room to hit it a few more yards down the fairway.
Learning From Lefty Strengthen your left side for better contact and bigger distance I might be a left-handed lad from Leicestershire, England, but I know what it’s like to swing from the right side.
Rickie Fowler The PGA Tour’s 2010 Rookie of the Year swings as aggressively as he looks Now that Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els and Jim Furyk have all had their 40th birthday, and Tiger Woods’ image seems irreparable, the PGA Tour needs some exciting, new (and young) talent to excite audiences.
Posture Perfection Address the ball the right way Better golfers know that to swing the club consistently on plane, the secret is to avoid having an address position that causes you to lift the club up at the top of your swing.
Four Moves To Stack & Tilt What you don’t know about our system will change the way you look at the golf swing 2010 was a very good year for Stack and Tilt gurus, Mike Bennett and Andy Plummer.