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Article: Tips From The Tour

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.

Article: The Downswing

Kevin Na generates power from his upper body, in particular, his arms and hands.

Article: Make An Impact

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.

Article: Squeeze The Tube

One of the most overlooked components of the golf swing is how firm or soft you should hold the club in your hands. One of the...

Article: Learning From Lefty

I might be a left-handed lad from Leicestershire, England, but I know what it’s like to swing from the right side.

Article: Deck The Driver

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...

Article: Rickie Fowler

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.

Article: Get Mega Long!

Let's face it, golfers who hit the ball farther have a huge advantage over those who don’t.

Article: 7 Faults Most Amateurs Make

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?

Article: Storm Down

To hit longer drives, you have to get aggressive. To hit longer drives, you have to get aggressive. And more...

Article: Drop 10 Strokes In 10 Minutes

It’s a new year. It’s a new you. It’s time to kick those bad swing habits and make 2011 the year you play your best golf ever. ...

Article: My Favorite Tips And Drills

Just because the golf season is near a close, there’s still plenty of work to do if you want to keep your swing fresh and up to par for the next golf season.

Article: From 150 Yards Out

Here’s the good news: You’ve just hit your drive to within 150 yards of the green.

Article: Fit To Be Tee'd

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what does two-angle video reveal?

Article: Power Tips & Drills

At the top of your swing, if your body doesn’t rotate properly so that your weight and balance are too much on your left side, (so that your body resembles a “C”), you’ll not only lose a lot of power, but also slice or pull your shots.

Article: Power Builds

Setting up with the ball in the right position is absolutely vital if you want to hit it big.

Article: Power Fundamentals

Setting up with the ball in the right position is absolutely vital if you want to hit it big.

Article: Slice Killers!

Ever wonder what causes a slice to curve? Either your hands don’t rotate enough and you hit the ball with an open face, or you have an out-to-inside swing path.

Article: Power Shots

The key to hitting the golf ball a long way is to generate significant clubhead speed and make solid contact.

Article: Play Like A Pro

Every week, TV audiences are mesmerized by PGA Tour pros. It’s easy to understand why.

Article: Hybrid Basics

Hybrid clubs are incredibly useful, so long as you know how to swing one.

Article: Stripe It!

On the PGA Tour, they call it “Total Driving.” That’s the stat that ranks players according to how far and straight they drive the ball. ...

Article: Prospective

Camilo Villegas and J.B. Holmes are two of the game’s longest hitters. Jesper Parnevik is one of the longest iron players. What can you learn from them?

Also labeled: Full Swing, Pro, Pro Tips

Article: Tour Power

Depending on whom you ask, the median amateur driver distance is about 200-210 yards. Shocking, right?

Also labeled: Drivers, Driving, Full Swing, Power, Pro Tips

Article: Tour Trends

The Tour pros I teach have altered their swings over the past few years to better match the latest equipment, advances in physical conditioning and varying course conditions.

 
 
 
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