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Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Long Drives: LA to Palm Springs

Long Drives: Welcome Wagon

The comforts of an Acura station wagon made for a smooth ride to Palm Springs.
September 2011
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Long Drives

Long Drives: A Grand Plan

From Phoenix to Grand Canyon National Park in a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
August 2011
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Long Drives/2011 Ford F-150

Long Drives: Big Easy

From Austin to New Orleans in a Ford 2011 F-150 pickup
June 2011
Golf Instruction / Breaking 70

Breaking 70: Line Of Commitment

If you want to break par, when you're on the course you have to be a player, not a student of the swing. With the elite players we teach, we ask them to place a physical "line of commitment" on the ground behind the ball for every practice session.
June 2007
Golf Instruction / Breaking 100

Breaking 100:Up And Down Vs. Around

It's easy for a player trying to break 100 to get overwhelmed by a lot of technical instruction.
June 2007
Golf Instruction / Breaking 90

Breaking 90: Training Your Tempo

The 90 scoring barrier is one that resonates for so many players: When you can consistently shoot in the 80s, you feel you're a good player. The desire to break that scoring goal can do some damaging things to your thought process, though.
June 2007
Golf Instruction / Case Study

Drive It Great: Breaking down Gary Woodland's swing

Case study with Gary Woodland: Randy Smith first started working with PGA Tour player Gary Woodland back in 2005, during his junior year at Kansas. He could hit it 380 yards—but not always in the right zip code. Find out how the 2011 Transitions champion developed a more controlled, stable swing.
November 2009
Breaking 100/90/80/70

Breaking 100/90/80/70: See Your Full Game

Lynn Marriott, the 1992 LPGA National Teacher of the Year, and Pia Nilsson, captain of the 1998 European Solheim Cup Team, offer tips for game improvement.
June 2007
Golf Instruction / Breaking 80

Breaking 80: Feeling The Right Line

Practicing a straight putt is a good way to groove your stroke, but most putts on the course will have some break.
June 2007
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