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.
If you're already a decent golfer, then one thing that you may be constantly in search of is more distance. So if you're already a pretty good golfer, how can you squeeze out those extra yards off the tee?
The golf swing seems so simple until you actually get to impact. So many things can go wrong! We asked our instructors what are their favorite drills for helping with the most important piece of the golf swing.
It's a tour player's job to play and practice everyday. They have access to the best equipment, fitness routines, and mental game coaching. That's why it's tough for most amateurs to emulate what they do. So we wanted to find out who on tour amateurs can actually emulate without the need for hours and hours of practice.
When rushing to the first tee, warming up for a round of golf can often be an afterthought. So we asked our professionals what is the best way to warm up for a round to give you the best possible chance at going low.
Golf can sometimes be a “backwards” sport - you need to hit “down” in order for the ball to go UP. When it’s hard to overcome that feeling of wanting to lift the ball, here are some drills to help you get the ball up in the air the “right” way.
Training aids can be fun. And addictive. As a golfer always looking to improve, finding the right one can make your practice much more productive and enjoyable. Check out these recommendations on full swing training aids.
We all want more distance off the tee, but how do you do it? We asked our experts what their favorite drill is for getting more distance with your driver in order to get the ball further down the fairway.
We asked our golf professionals what they think is the best cure to your “over-the-top” move that causes the dreaded slice. Find your fix by reading their insightful answers.