What matters in the putting stroke? Brady Riggs, PGA explains how the feet do (or do not) matter at all.
In this in-depth lesson, Top-25 instructor Brady Riggs explains how the pros do what they do, and how you can do it too.
In golf, there are two mistakes you can make. The first is a mistake that’s easy to identify.
The next time you play golf, I want you to count your total number of putts. Don’t worry about how many putts you have per hole or how long or short they are. Just find your number.
If you want to start hitting better golf shots right now, heed the advice on the following pages.
Better iron play is at the heart of game improvement. It’s the center link of the golfing chain, and without a strong link in the middle, playing your best becomes an arduous, if not very frustrating, task.
The best way to chip the golf ball isn’t the way you might have been taught. In fact, chipping is arguably the most misunderstood aspect of scoring, mainly because there are countless ways to get the job done.
The best players in the world are as proficient as they are for very good reasons. Not only do they possess an incredibly high level of talent and athletic ability, but they also have sound fundamentals and outstanding overall technique. If you’re going to learn from anyone, these are the guys you want to study.
Even after years of preaching it in the pages of Golf Tips, it seems many golfers still ignore the most critical component of the golf club.
A good backswing creates torque and is achieved by rotating the body away from the ground using the feet as an anchor. Except for unusually flexible players, the knees, hips, core, back and shoulders should all be used to create torque. Once you get the feel of creating leverage against the ground, your power will increase significantly.