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.
How important is tempo for a golf swing? What are some drills or training aids to improve swing tempo?| 14 golf professionals contributed.
There are many things about the game of golf that are tough to be taught. One of those things is tempo - some people naturally have it, while other need to learn it. And it's surely not impossible to learn with the lessons you'll read below.
When hitting out of a greenside bunker, how would your technique change for longer vs. shorter shots? More swing? Different clubs?| 17 golf professionals contributed.
The dreaded greenside bunker can be an even tougher shot when it's a long way from the pin. Here are some ways to control your distance on this tricky shot from around the greens.
Reading greens can be considered part art and part science. It can take a long time and lots of practice to become a truly great putter, but with these tips below you'll become a better putter in no time.
In golf, everyone's an expert. Once someone has it "figured out" they assume they know how to fix your swing. Then comes the bad advice...
Hitting from an uphill lie near the green can be tricky for gauging distance. Any tips for this shot?| 13 golf professionals contributed.
No two lies on a golf course are ever the same; especially when it comes to hills and chipping. When you're on an uphill slope around the green it can be tricky to gauge the right distance. Here are some tips on how to tackle this tricky position.
One of the most common misses for a right-handed golfer is to hit the ball way off to the right. This is often called a "blocked" shot. We asked our professionals how to fix this sneaky missed shot.
For an amateur golfer to 'shape a shot' is it better to change your set up or your swing? Does it differ between longer clubs versus wedges? See what our golf professionals have to say.
How you think your way around the golf course is one of the most overlooked ways to decrease your score. We asked our professionals some of the best resources to learn more about golf course management.
"Thin to Win" is what they say - it's often better than hitting behind the ball. However it can very frustrating when you can't seem to make solid contact. Here is how our golf professionals are going to stop you from hitting the middle of the golf ball.