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July 2013


  • 5 Shots! You Need To Know To Score Like A Pro

    Get inside the ropes and learn Pro-Style short cuts

    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.
  • 7 Deadly Swing Sins

    Say goodbye to making the same swing mistakes

    When it comes to making critical swing flaws that wreak havoc on your ability to score, there are a handful of swing sins that you must avoid.
  • BackSpin: Common Mental Mistakes

    Quick tips to cure the mind

    There's a lot of downtime in golf, which allows our minds to wander.
  • Fearless Golf!

    Play with a better mind and shoot lower scores

    Fear can be a great detriment not only to the mind, but also to how the body performs.
  • Long Game: Trust Your Decision

    Make the right move before you swing

    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.
  • Smooth Operator

    Practice for better putting mechanics

    Before your next round, here are two simple drills I want you to do on the practice green.
  • Stroke Saver: Seven Key Stretches

    Get limber for better golf

    To help swing the club with the necessary torso stabilization, the dynamic lunge is an awesome stretch.


  • Balls & Shafts

    Great golf balls and high-tech new shafts

    Even after years of preaching it in the pages of Golf Tips, it seems many golfers still ignore the most critical component of the golf club.
  • July 2013

    The latest in golf equipment, instruction, training aids, apparel & more

    We live—and play golf—in a high-tech world.
  • Showcase: Hopkins Golf

    New wedges that focus on the perfect grind

    When was the last time you thought about the sole grind of your wedges?
  • We Tried It: Ping G25

    The hottest new driver from Ping

    PING Golf equipment, from its drivers to its putters, might be the most consistent in the golf industry.