Golf seems like such a simple game - the ball is just sitting there. Waiting to be hit. However, if you're not in the right position to hit the little white ball - it won't go very far. So we asked our pros how to get into the perfect position to hit your long clubs.
For many amateurs, hitting a fairway wood from a perfect lie in the fairway can be an intimidating shot. Here are some ways to get over that fear and hit the perfect shot every time.
As with almost anything - if you start off in a good position, odds are you'll have a good result. The same is true for golf - a solid backswing can make for a proper downswing. Here are some drills to help learn a solid backswing position.
Sometimes shots from the fairway can be hard enough with a good lie. So how about when you have to deal with thick rough? Read on for how to escape tough lies from the rough.
Fairway bunkers can be tricky to escape, so we asked our golf professionals how to get out of them in the least amount of strokes (with your pride untouched).
Golf is complicated - it's easy to get caught up in all the fancy swing mechanics out there. Sometimes it's the most simple solution that provides the most effective result. With golf, it's often how you setup to the golf ball. Your alignment can be the most crucial aspect of your golf swing. So here are some drills and tips to learn how to set up to the ball perfectly, every time.
What advice do you have for players to improve their score while playing in windy conditions? Any drills to help?| 30 golf professionals contributed.
Playing golf in windy conditions can be extremely difficult. Sometimes in the colder months, the wind can seem to pick up. So we asked our golf professionals the best way to handle windy conditions and keep the ball low.
As the colder weather approaches, what are some good indoor drills to keep your game sharp throughout the off-season?| 19 golf professionals contributed.
For some parts of the country, cold weather has already set in. For others, it's on it's way. So how can you keep your golf game sharp during the winter months when it's tough to get outside?
One of the hardest things to learn when beginning golf is how to hit "down" on the ball and not try to "scoop" it (or help it) into the air. Here are some fantastic ways to learn this confusing swing thought.
Many golfers would love to get just a little more distance out of their swing. One great way to do that is by hitting a draw (a slight right to left shot for right-handed golfers). How can you hit this type of shot and what are good ways to practice and improve your draw technique? Check out what these top golf professionals have to say.