Golf Tips Classic: Slice No More

Say Adios To The Banana Ball Once And For All

To draw the ball, the first thing you need to have is the right image. Begin by setting your sights on a spot to the right of your target. This is your starting line.

Five Questions For The Sorenstam Sisters

Recenty Golf Tips sat down with LPGA Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam and her sister and fellow pro, Charlotta – who runs the Annika Academy outside Orlando, Florida – for some insight on how and what they teach and their philosophy on keeping one’s game sharp.

Golf “The Rock”

Get away from it all in western Newfoundland

In North America, golf destinations have typically sprung up in warmer climates. In the last decade, however, that model has changed, in particular with the emergence of the Oregon must-play, Bandon Dunes.

Golf Tips’ Tech Awards 2010

The Year's Best Golf Equipment

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.

Outdraw The (Slice) Outlaw

Draw your driver, and never slice again!

Without question, the draw is golf’s most difficult shot for players to learn.

Showcase: Hot New Sticks

The latest and greatest irons from PING Golf

When it comes to golf equipment innovations, PING has left an indelible mark during the last 40 years or so.

Sneak Peak 2011

Next Year's Hottest Equipment Trends

If you’re like most avid golfers, you’re already looking ahead and wondering what cool gear is coming in 2011 to help you lower your index.

We Tried It: Bridgestone B330 & B330-S

Bridgestone's Latest Balls...Tested

The new Bridgestone B330 and B330-S (yes, the 2011 models are new versions of both golf balls) are an amalgam of distance and spin designed for better players.

Fit To Be Tee’d

A look inside the TPI fitting experience

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

From 150 Yards Out

Knock it stiff on your approach shots–no matter what the lie

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