Tee Shot Video Golf Tips
Long drive champs know all there is about how to crush the ball. Watch the experts and improve your golf drive in no time.
Use Your Homerun Swing
Hitting big drives sometimes means copying the moves of powerhitters in baseball. Jeff Yurkiewicz, PGA, explains it all right here.
Doug Hammer, PGA, explains what it means to hit it longer using your legs as a primary energy source.
One-Handed Chip Shot
The next time you're stymied next to a tree on the wrong side, don't fret. AJ Avoli has the perfect shot to salvage the hole and get up and down.
Dead Hands Wedge Shot
Hit it close and land it soft with this must-know shot from inside 100 yards. AJ Avoli explains.
The Putt Chip
A quick lesson on a very useful shot from just off the green. By Dale Abraham, PGA.
Partial Wedge Shots
The partial wedge shot need not be so difficult! Rick Sessinghaus, PGA explains how to master your shots from within 100 yards.
Lose Your Slice
Need a quick on-course cure for that nagging slice? Try this simple drill from John Stahlschmidt, PGA, and say goodbye to the banana ball once and for all.
Determining the Right Plane
Learn to find the right swing plane and start hitting straighter shots. John Stahlschmidt, PGA, explains it right here.
Dial In Your Swing Plane
Derek Nannen, PGA, explains a quick and simple way to practice finding your perfect swing plane.Derek Nannen, PGA, explains a quick and simple way to practice finding your perfect swing plane.
Putt With Your Core
Zach Allen, PGA, explains that good putting can come from using your core, much like you would with a belly putter.
Add Some Lag
What's the secret for more driving power? Zach Allen, PGA, explains in this quick time on how to gain distance off the tee.
Tuck In Your Shirt!
Need a quick fix for better driving? Try this tip from Zach Allen, PGA. He'll have you hitting drives like a pro in no time.
Slo-Mo Golf Swings
Slow down! Dan Martin, PGA, extolls the virtues of a super-slow motion practice swing.
Hitting better chips means making a few key adjustments to your setup and swing. Dan Martin, PGA, explains it all right here.
If you're wondering the best way to reach the top of your backswing, you'll need to try this fun drill from Dan Martin, PGA.
Mythbused: Eyes on the Ball
Should you keep your eyes on the golf ball as you swing? Watch Dan Martin's take in this mythbusting short game tip.
Playing well and playing smart go hand in hand. Rick Sessinghaus, PGA, explains course management in detail right here.
Eyes Closed Chipping
A great way to start hitting closer chips is to simply take your eyes off the ball and hone in on the target. Dan Martin, PGA, explains.
Don't Keep Your Head Down!
In case you've ever been told to keep your head down, Dan Martin, PGA, settles the dispute right here in this great, easy-to-try swing tip.
Throw Some Clubs!
What can you learn from throwing your clubs? Dan Martin, PGA, has the answer in this fun and innovative swing tip.
Stop Slicing! Play A Sidehill Lie
How can a sidehill lie help cure your slice? Rick Sessinghaus, PGA, explains in this great drill that promises to eliminate the banana ball.