This shot is reserved for you lower handicaps out there… if Phil Mickelson can do it, why can’t you? Occasionally, you are faced with a short shot that requires shaping, whether it be a slice or a hook. I find a hook much easier to pull-off, and I’d like to share with… Read More »
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Here's the situation, you’re stuck in the fairway between a small lake and the green, you have 80 yards to the pin, and have about 15 yards to work with on the green. The ball sits on a slightly uphill lie. So, the good news is you have a fair bit of… Read More »
Today, we take a look a really great question from a reader who was having trouble with his elevated greens at his home course… don't miss this one!
An incredible short game is what separates most of us players from becoming professionals. Pros spend the time it takes to perfect the shots that help lower their score the most… shots within 100 yards.
How many times have you been in perfect position after two shots on a par 5, you have a 20 yard pitch to the pin with nothing in your way but grass?
I have always found that when working on my tempo, hitting my driver was counter-productive. I found it very hard to keep swinging with my usual tempo when I got the big stick in my hands. My swing got quicker and off tempo, in my attempts to crush it. When this happens I always went… Read More »