Bunker mentality DEVAN BONEBRAKE
Not all golfers are created equal, and neither are bunkers. Depending on the type and amount of sand and weather conditions, the way you play bunker shots should vary considerably, which is where the...
Power source JOHN RAY LEARY, PGA
Inconsistent and incorrect ball position with the driver often leads to loss of distance and accuracy.
Target practice BY O’NEILL COWAN, PGA
Have you ever been to a golf clinic where the pro hits a ball through glass? Looks like fun, right?
Going the distance JORDAN KING THOMAS, PGA
Putting is one of the first things to wilt under pressure, and missing 3-footers can be both frustrating and confidence shakers. The best way to make more of those putts is to practice game-like scenarios...
Straight shooter DEVAN BONEBRAKE
An important aspect of putting is confidence, which generally stems from past success in speed control on breaking putts, reading greens properly and starting the ball on the intended line.
Moving forward BY KATI BISZANTZ
The goal of the golf swing is to hit the ball toward a target, but many amateurs are so intent on getting the ball airborne that the ball becomes the target instead of the fairway or middle of the green.
Power play JORDAN KING THOMAS, PGA
Most of my students want more power but don’t know the best way to unleash it.
Back it up DEVAN BONEBRAKE, PGA
Whether it’s the full swing, short game or putting, weight distribution affects the quality of your strike.
Hold the line JORDAN KING THOMAS, PGA
Distance control is the No. 1 key to great putting, and this ladder drill is great for developing this part of the short game. I like to use Tee Claws and lanyards to create the rungs for my ladder, but...
On the rise BRIAN SCHIPPEL, PGA
Golfers often struggle with pitch shots because they have backward movement in their lower body in an attempt to help get the ball in the air.