There is no one way to get the ball to the hole once you are within the short game range. I use four different clubs depending on the distance and lie of the ball. Check of which clubs and why.
I am a fan of going to the driving range and polishing my swing. But there is an element that no driving range has ever had and the first one to listen to me will change the game: uneven lies.
There is something about par 3 holes that frustrate me. The hole is only 150 yards away yet my scorecard suffers whenever I get to these seemingly easy holes.
After playing a great round of 87, the next morning, I was snap hooking every drive. Uncle Ed stopped me on the 10th tee and gave me the best quick lesson to stop the hooks.
To all the teaching pros out on the range making us better golfers, thank you. I would like to make a recommendation to improve your teaching style and make us better golfers.
Harvey Penick was one of golf’s most sought after teachers. He passed on his golfing wisdom to countless players of varying degrees from people just picking up a club to to winning professionals. What made him an enigmatic teacher was that he did not publish. In And if You Play Golf, You’re My Friend, Harvey shared more of his unique insights and stories of golf.
There are some shots that freeze the blood and light the scorecard on fire. I built a list of my worst golf shots and how they kill me every time.
Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott develop a golfing process to help us reach the impossible (18 birdies in one round = Golf54). Every Golf Shot Must Have a Purpose shows how to practice and play to reach this lofty goal.
I want to get improve my golf game and shoot lower score. I looked at my stats and know where I need to improve.
Wiley E. Coyote might be one of the most important golf instructors who never swung a golf club. He can teach us all a lot about maintaining positive thinking and focus.
I am playing okay but not where I want to be. I want to break 90 all the time and lower handicap to 15 form 17. Where am I now and how to get there?
Dr. Bob Rotella’s The Golfer’s Mind takes a look at the mental side of golf and how we can improve our mental game to play better on the golf course.
After covering my scorecard with too many double bogeys, I stopped trying and starting playing each shot one at a time. The results were liberating and resulted in a great round.
It is time to think about how I can improve my golf game and start scoring lower on a regular basis. I have a plan.
Is it better to play for score or play for the most consistent swing quality? That depends on the goal os the round or long term golfing goals. We take a look at both and see which is the best.
The golf swing supplies kinetic energy to propel the golf ball to the hole. The golf swing can be anything but simple and we make it more complex by trying to pile more and more techniques, tips and tricks on top. Sometimes, making golf simple makes it easier.