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A modern blueprint to breaking 90

A Modern Blueprint to Breaking 90 By Peter Sanders Want to break 90?  Here is my blueprint The game is a puzzle and all the pieces fit together. Each round is a mix of good shots, average shots and bad shots or errors. The challenge is to find the piece of your game’s unique puzzle […]

Flush Your Fairway Woods

Flush Your Fairway Woods By Michael Breed The thing about hitting fairway woods off the turf is, most golfers feel like they have to help them into the air. They look down and don’t see much loft on the clubface, and they know they want to launch the ball high, so what do they do? […]

What You Can Learn From a Long-Drive Champ

What You Can Learn From a Long-Drive Champ By Justin James As a former world long-drive champion, I often hear from regular golfers that they’ll never come close to being able to swing like me. Not true. You can. If you copy even a little of my technique, the ball is going to come off […]

John Rahm: Low Scores Stat with Maxing Out Your Drives

John Rahm: Low Scores Start with Maxing Out Your Drives By John Rahm There might be some par 4s where it makes sense to tee off with a 3-wood or an iron, but it’s rare to see me using anything but driver. I’m more comfortable with it. When it comes to scoring, I’d rather hit […]

5 quick tips to conquering the downhill chip

5 quick tips to conquering the downhill chip By David Leadbetter Usually the area around a green is level with or lower than the putting surface. But sometimes you’ll find your ball on a mound near the green, leaving you with a downhill chip. Sure, it was a lucky break that the hill kept your […]

The first step in fairway-bunker play: Clearing the lip

The first step in fairway-bunker play: Clearing the lip By Scott Chisholm You’ve run down the fairway-bunker checklist in your head—take an extra club, dig into the sand with your feet, grip down on the handle, aim a little right of the target—all the things you’ve been told that will help execute this shot. You’re confident […]

Make the Ones You Hate to Miss

Make the Ones You Hate to Miss By: Jamie Lovemark A six-footer is by no means a gimme, but it’s still short enough that it stings when it doesn’t go in. To make more of these, start by locking in your speed. It’s the most important part of every putt. And when you assess speed, […]