Moving From The Range To The First Tee

Taking your range game to the course

  Why can’t I take my range game to the golf course? This is one of the many challenges faced by all levels of golfers who continue to be frustrated by this transition. The answer to this question involves several possible mistakes golfers often make. With a little tweaking you can make a successful transition Read more…

For Driver Distance, Widen Your Arc

How To Effortlessly Build Clubhead Speed

Creating driver distance is all about a wide, even arc, and generating as much clubhead speed as you can. It doesn’t matter if you’re at sea level, or at high altitude, as I am here on the first tee of Tom Weiskopf’s beautiful Spanish Peaks Mountain Club in Big Sky, Montana. You’ll hit longer drives Read more…

Editors Tips #2

Not to be outdone, Golf Tips Associate Editor Charlie Schroeder lets you in on a few of his favorites

1. Picture your target when you swing by Dr. David Wright. Golf isn’t like other sports. For one thing you look at the ball, not your target. Also, the ball isn’t moving. And last but not least, the swing is started from a dead stop. Add up these three elements and it’s easy to see Read more…

Editors Tips #1

Golf Tips Senior Editor Ryan Noll shares his favorite tips with you

Arms Vs. Legs One of the best on-course tips I’ve ever heard came from a fellow golf professional back in the day when I used to be one too. As a general rule, my friend let me know that if I was struggling with either hooking or slicing the ball off the tee, the instant Read more…