I play in a lot of pro-ams with amateurs, and one of the most common errors I see is when players don't make the right shot decision before they hit the ball.
We put together a short list of our favorite homemade training aids, with the intent to help you improve your golf game using stuff you probably already have.
One of the most critical parts of the golf swing is what you do in the first few inches of the takeaway.
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.
Hate the gym? So do we.
It's already the middle of the golf season, and I'm sure some of you are finding yourselves stuck in a rut.
Good golfers often struggle with very different problems than average golfers. Good golfers often struggle with very different...
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 V Harness ($150) fits securely around your shoulders, back and chest, and, as its promoters say, it actually forces you to swing with correct fundamentals. How? ...
While it’s true that most of your playing time is spent sizing up a shot and hitting it, to become a better player, you need more than just the latest clubs, shafts and balls.
The year 2010 certainly didn’t disappoint when it came to great new stuff, as we witnessed a slew of new products and technologies that made a big difference in how the game is played.
Setting up with the ball in the right position is absolutely vital if you want to hit it big.
Hey, we understand your need to crush drives, drill your fairway woods and even muscle your iron shots, but don’t forget that even in long-drive competitions, the ball still needs to find the grid to rack up a good score.
Bridgestone has revamped its e-Series golf balls ($26/dozen). The two-piece e5 has a softer urethane cover and a reworked dimple pattern for a higher ballflight, while the three-piece e6 has a new inner layer that cuts sidespin for straighter, longer...
From STX, the company that revolutionized lacrosse, comes the Envision TR ($199) putter. Designed by Bob Engman (a sculptor whose work is in MOMA’s permanent collection) the Envision TR features square angles and alignment lines to ensure golfers a...