One of the most critical parts of the golf swing is what you do in the first few inches of the takeaway.
What I like to do is rehearse a simple yet effective drill.
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.
It's already the middle of the golf season, and I'm sure some of you are finding yourselves stuck in a rut.
If anyone has ever told you that the golf swing is an athletic move, they're right.
Looking at this beautiful impact position of Steve Marino, you'd think he possessed a classic swing.
if you really want to hit longer and straighter drives, you have to remember a couple key variables. if you really want...
Hitting a big, weak slice is never any fun.
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.
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. ...
To paraphrase Ben Hogan, golf is two games, the full swing and putting. TO PARAPHRASE BEN...
Let’s make things easier, shall we? LET"S MAKE THINGS EASIER, shall we? In...
If you want to dial in your chips and pitch shots, you have to learn to swing with the bigger muscles, not the smaller ones.
Good golfers often struggle with very different problems than average golfers. Good golfers often struggle with very different...
Most golf instructors agree that the best way to become a better golfer is to start from the ground up. It's not something most golfers think about, but in reality, the ground is critical to helping create more power.
As an instructor, I have had the privilege to work with Paige Mackenzie since the winter of 2008.
Want to play like a PGA Tour player? You have to practice. Every photo in this story was taken while these players were working hard on the practice tee.
The chip shot might seem like a simple motion, so why do so many golfers complicate it with added movements?
Kevin Na generates power from his upper body, in particular, his arms and hands.
When it comes to hitting short shots from just off the green, many of my students tend to neglect some basic swing fundamentals.
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.
Most people don’t think “power” when it comes to iron play, but as with any shot on the golf course, more power can help you a lot more than it can hurt you.
I might be a left-handed lad from Leicestershire, England, but I know what it’s like to swing from the right side.
Let’s face it. The driver used to be placed off the deck a lot more often than it is now. Let’s face it. The dri...
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.
One of the reasons so many folks struggle from the sand is that they don’t understand the importance of an open face at impact.
Let's face it, golfers who hit the ball farther have a huge advantage over those who don’t.
Here’s something to look for the next time you watch a professional golf tournament: Notice how, on great shots, the pros hold their finish and how, on bad shots, they don’t. Why’s this worth noting?
Finding new lightweight-yet-strong materials that improve product performance for golf clubs has long been a goal of manufacturers. ...
Take a survey of golfers anywhere in the world, asking what they’d most like to improve about their game, and you’ll get the same overwhelming response: They want to hit the ball farther.