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Learn from golf professionals to improve your golf game. Our contributing pros offer their insights, comments, and practical drills to use to help with your performance on the course.

What are some ways to work on follow through for your golf swing?

| 11 golf professionals contributed.

Most golfers are so concerned with hitting the ball that they often forget to finish their swing and follow through. If you look at any tour pro on TV, you'll often see a perfectly balanced finish at the end of their swing. Think this is a coincidence? If you want to improve your golf swing, then maybe it's time you focus on your follow through - read these tips from our professionals on how to improve your finish.

John Hughes Golf
Golf Development Complex
Big Sticks Golf
Abacoa Golf Club
Arsenal Island Golf Course

When and how should you use the bump and run golf shot?

| 25 golf professionals contributed.

One of the most useful shots around the green is the bump-and-run shot. It involves hitting the ball low and letting it run to the hole like a putt. However, there are certain situations when this shot might hurt instead of help. Our pros explain the best ways to hit this golf shot below.

The Country Club of Virginia
John Hughes Golf
PGA Golf Professional
PGA Golf Pro
Brookshire Golf Club

Learn How to Hit Down on the Ball

| 16 golf professionals contributed.

Learning how to hit down on the ball often comes from the left wrist (for a right handed golfer) being supinated. How can golfers learn this vital move without having a degree in kinesiology? Sometimes golf can be a game of opposites: swing left to hit it right. Hit down and the ball will go up. This one simple thing can unlock a world of difference for beginning golfers. In this post, you'll learn how to hit down on the ball and send the golf ball up in the air.

PGA Golf Professional
Florida Gulf Coast University PGA Golf Management
PGA Golf Pro
Flagler Golf Academy
Golf Development Complex
Links O'Tryon

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