Before your next round, here are two simple drills I want you to do on the practice green.
So you think you're a player? If so, then I have some news for you.
To chip your best, I recommend you keep things simple.
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.
In golf, there are two mistakes you can make. The first is a mistake that's easy to identify.
We all know that Bubba Watson is one of the longest drivers on this planet.
The number-one fundamental that all great ballstrikers know is critical for hitting better shots is centeredness of contact.
Years ago, I played in the Heather Farr Charity for the Blind tournament in Sun City, Ariz. I played with an English gentleman who had been blind since birth.
The next time you play golf, I want you to count your total number of putts. Don't worry about how many putts you have per hole or how long or short they are. Just find your number.
After about 10 club tosses, take notice of where you naturally set your backswing position and the amount of tension in your left arm.
One of the most overlooked aspects of putting is making sure you have solid contact.
In case you haven't noticed, Ben Curtis has resurrected his golf game (he won the British Open nearly 10 years ago) and has become one of the top money winners so far this PGA Tour season. ...
Along with a poor and weak grip, one of the biggest mistakes I see many of my students make is having bad posture at address.
Here's a tip for low-handicappers who have a hard time controlling the distance of their short irons.
During the last 100 years, the game's best players have exhibited a few similarities, which most golfers aren't aware of.
My stock answer is to say that golf is 100% mental when your physical is 100%.
I bet if you stood 10 feet away from me, you could easily toss me a golf ball and wouldn't be short or long with your throw.
Hitting successful chip shots from around the green requires a few basic fundamentals to understand. I think chipping is a little like putting, in that there's more than one right way to succeed. ...
No, I'm not playing a game of cards, but I am holding a couple in these photos. No, I'm not playing a...
When things start going sour out on the golf course, it's critical you get to the root of your problems and get back on track as fast as possible.
The latest crop of new fairway woods that are primed for more powerful shots are all the rage this year.
If you're struggling with your distance control and three-putting, sometimes the best practice is to rehearse a simple drill that takes the focus off the hole and onto a different end goal. ...
One of the best ways to get your swing in check is to focus on your finish position.
If you've ever found yourself short-sided in the rough, as I am here, then you know you need to execute a shot that gets the ball up high and in a hurry—and lands soft. Here's a more advanced way to play this rough flop shot.
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.
If you want to start hitting better golf shots right now, heed the advice on the following pages.
A majority of the strokes you take in a round are inside 100 yards, so it makes sense to have a club for all situations.
In his rookie year on Tour, Keegan Bradley has established himself as a player who has the potential to have a great career ...
Here's a drill that will help you hit a big sweeping hook.
There's no doubt that Adam Scott's resurgence to top form with the chest putter and Keegan Bradley's PGA Championship victory with the belly putter have stirred up more chatter regarding whether or not long-length putters pose an unfair advantage....