Short Game Video Instruction
Trust our short game golf videos to sharpen your chip shot and save putting strokes.
Bunker Play 101
What do you need to know to escape the sand? Brady Riggs explains his simple advice on basic bunker shot mechanics. Expect instant improvement!
The Toe Chip
Tough lies near the green happen! Here's a must-know shot for getting up and down. From Lee Huntley, LPGA/PGA.
Look At The Target
Need a quick fix to get your short shots back on track? Try this fun drill from one of our Top-25 instructors, Dan Martin.
Hit With The Hill
Have you been told to align the shoulders with the slope? Ken Green explains how that can hurt you more than help you.
Beat The Bad Lie
When your ball embeds in the side of a bunker, don't fret. Try one of two tricks for escape from Ken Green.
The 10/20 Rule
Having trouble in the sand? Ken Green has a simple solution for becoming a more aggressive and effective bunker player.
Need to make your bunker shots more consistent? Sometimes the simpler option is the way to go. Greg Baresel, PGA, explains.
Stop over-complicating simple bunker shots! Dan Martin, PGA, explains how to make the sand easy to handle.
The "Chang" Chip
Sometimes playing ugly is what it takes to score well. Randy Chang explains his namesake chip for getting up and down more often.
Zach Allen, PGA, makes bunker play easy with this simple technique.
Let Go of the Putter
Learn what it means to release the putter (literally) and make a smoother, more efficient putting stroke. Dan Martin, PGA, explains.
John Stahlschmidt, PGA, explains a simple technique that will help you hit more consistent chips, time in and time out.
Find The Ring
Dan Martin, PGA, explains a fun and useful way to hone in your short pitch shots and start shooting lower scores. Don't miss it!
Finding Feel: 5-Ball Drill
Developing better feel is a matter of practicing the right way. Dan Martin explains in the easy-to-learn drill.
Back, Stop, Putt
Ken Green explains a cool new drill for smoother putting accelleration.