How to Hit a Bunker Shot

how to hit a bunker shot

Many golfers struggle with the bunker shots area of their golf game. But the good news is that with a few swing adjustments, you can easily hit bunker shots from the sand that get close to the pin to help you save more pars on your scorecard. In this how to hit a bunker shot … Continue reading…

How to Hit Pitch Shots

How to Hit Pitch Shots

When golfers think of a pitch shot, they think of a short game shot that needs a combination of distance control and length. Unlike a short chip shot, a pitch shot forces players to hit a specific spot on the green that allows for a forward roll to be successful. Pitch shots can also demand … Continue reading…

Golf Backswing: 4 Tips to Do It Right

Golf Backswing

Golf Backswing: 4 Tips to Do It Right Golf Backswing Tips TIP # 1 Arms The arms have different roles on the backswing, but both are incredibly important. By getting your arms in the correct position at the top of the backswing, you can help build swing speed by helping get the club on the … Continue reading…

How to Improve Putting

In this guide on how to improve putting, we’ll offer actionable putting tips that can help you become a great putter and ultimately pave the way to lower scores. Blade or Mallet When it comes to putting, finding a flatstick that earns your confidence remains the most critical decision you can make. In the world … Continue reading…

How to Swing a Golf Club

How to Swing a Golf Club

How to Swing a Golf Club Properly Table of Contents CHAPTER 1 Building the Proper Golf Grip Everything about the golf swing starts with building the right golf grip. There are two types of grips: an overlap grip or an interlocking grip. The overlap grip takes the bottom hand’s pinky and rests it on top … Continue reading…

How to Increase Golf Swing Speed

How to Increase Golf Swing Speed Table of Contents CHAPTER 1 Training Although you don’t need big muscles to increase distance, you do need to create a physical fitness training regimen that focuses on the correct muscles to help you increase speed. If you are a gym member, see if your facility has battle ropes. … Continue reading…

How to Fix a Slice

how to fix a slice

How to Fix a Slice Table of Contents CHAPTER 1 Correcting Your Stance Closing the Shoulders Too many amateurs leave their left shoulder open at address. Whether they are cheating to look at the target or have a poor fundamental setup, closing that lead shoulder can help reduce the slice’s ill effects. By squaring the … Continue reading…

How to Hit a Driver

how to hit a driver

How to Hit a Driver Table of Contents CHAPTER 1 Address Hitting driver straight starts with a solid foundation at address. Your ankles should be slightly outside your shoulders in the setup position, and we want the lead shoulder higher than the trailing right shoulder. Also, with the ball teed up, we want to feel … Continue reading…

5 Ways to Improve Your Short Game Golf

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When it comes to short game golf, practice is everything. Sadly, most golfers rarely prioritize pitching, chipping, and putting during their workouts. Instead, most amateur focus their time on the range to bomb drivers and hit a few irons, then call it a day. But developing a good short game really doesn’t take hours each … Continue reading…

How to Practice Golf at Home

How to Practice Golf at Home As the winter months approach, building a practice setup at home to help build your game remains essential for the weekend warrior. By taking months off, you can lose swing speed, lose rhythm in your tempo, and ultimately struggle to hit consistent golf shots once you return to the … Continue reading…