No matter what anyone else tells you, the key to shooting lower scores is having a tidy short game.
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.
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.
A bunker shot should be one of the easier shots you encounter on the golf course, theoretically.
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.
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.
One of the more common flaws I see in chipping is poor weight management.
One of the more common putting mistakes I see from my students is a lack of acceleration through the ball. One of...
When you think about it, short shots don't get the attention they deserve.
In golf, there are two mistakes you can make. The first is a mistake that's easy to identify.
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.
One of the most overlooked aspects of putting is making sure you have solid contact.
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. ...
The secret to shooting lower scores isn't hitting longer drives and hitting more greens.