How To Hit The Greatest Shots In Masters History: The Draw

Turn It Over Like Phil And Bubba
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  Subscribe today to Golf Tips magazine for the best instruction, reviews and much more delivered straight to you! It’s Masters Week, and with Tiger Woods back in contention (some booking sites have him as the favorite, believe it or not) alongside perhaps the strongest field in a generation, the 2018 edition shapes up as a Read more…

Three Critical Golf Shots To Master

Put Your Practice Time Into Putting, Pitching and Driving

The Rules of Golf allow every golfer to carry up to 14 clubs in their bags during a live round or competition, and most of us take full advantage of that longstanding rule. But no matter your level of play, 65 to 70 percent of the shots you hit during a round of golf are Read more…

Three Crucial Short Game Drills

Get Your Game In Shape Around The Green

It’s no secret that the short game should occupy most of a golfer’s practice time. After all, most strokes are racked up from 100 yards and in, especially on and around the green. If you truly want to put a dent in that handicap and perhaps put your personal best-ever score in your sights this Read more…

How To Practice To Play Golf

Make Every Range Session Truly Count
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Do you practice to play golf? In other words, are you making the most of your range sessions? In a lot of the clients I see are golfers looking to gain an edge and reach not only the next level of play, but at least one level beyond. They spend time at the golf practice Read more…

Hitting A Draw Part 5: The Follow-Through

Extend The Arms To Close The Deal

You’ve done it! You’re down to the final piece of the puzzle of hitting a draw. You’ve gotten through the backswing by tracing the grid, you turned your hips and got those knees to change flex, you kept a nice flat left wrist at the top, you slid your hips far enough towards the target Read more…

Hit A Hybrid On Short Par 4s

Bag The Driver For Your Best Birdie Shot

We’ve all done it: Stepped up on the tee of a tantalizing, drivable par 4 (like the 4th hole at DeBell Golf Course in Burbank, California, shown above), pulled out the big dog and let ’er rip … with varying results. More often than not we miss the green or end up in a spot Read more…

Pace Off Those Lag Putts

This Drill Works On Greens Of Any Speed

Today’s super-manicured and scientifically calibrated putting surfaces make the game of golf more challenging than ever. Fast greens like those we offer on the three nines at Champions Retreat — one designed by Gary Player, one by Jack Nicklaus and one by the late Arnold Palmer — can cause your approach shots or chips to Read more…

Tee Shots 101

Start Each Hole The Right Way

Short par-3s generally don’t intimidate most golfers unless there’s some sort of forced carry and/or a small green to contend with.

Manage Your Way To Lower Golf Scores

Be Honest, Be Patient To See Real Improvement
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I probably give far more playing lessons then the average bear. Let’s be clear: on the lesson tee I’m a teacher, on the golf course I’m a coach, and the whole plan, clearly, is to achieve lower golf scores for my clients, and that means not thinking about score. During a playing lesson I ask Read more…

How To Think Like A Tour Pro

Confidence and Faith Drive These Players To Success

Editor’s Note: During the 2018 Sony Open in Honolulu, Hawaii-based inner-game coach, author and musician Cary Valentine interviewed four current PGA Tour players — one-time Tour winner Tony Finau, second-year cardholder J.J. Spaun, two-time winner James Hahn and six-time winner and 2009 Open Champion Stewart Cink — to find out what makes them tick in Read more…