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Driving - Don Hurter: Don't Make a Fake Turn

Your goal should be to make the biggest turn that's right for your body and flexibility level. Turn your hips and shoulders fully, and let your arms swing back to the point where you can keep your left arm reasonably straight.
Instruction

#HelpMeGolfDigest: Don Hurter tells you how to get your game under control

By Matthew Rudy Castle Pines Golf Club might be most famous for the milkshakes it served during its 21-year run as the host for the PGA Tour's International, from 1986-2006. But elite-level amateurs know...
Friday, 5/30/2014 at 5:38PM
Golf Instruction / Video Bonus

Video Bonus: Don't Make a Fake Turn

Almost every player is looking for more distance, and we've all heard the common tips that go with that goal. "Make a bigger turn" is one of the most popular, and it's a good one--but only to a point.
July 2014
Golf Instruction / Golf Instruction

Use Your Body To Hit Draws And Fades

Curve the ball by making adjustments at address.
February 2011
Gear & Equipment

CentreCup: 'Automatically puts you into...correct position'

There are probably thousands of training aids available, some of them even useful. One such device might be the CentreCup, a contraption designed to build muscle memory into your stroke. It came to our...
Tuesday, 5/1/2012 at 3:41AM
Health & Fitness

Fitness Friday: The ultimate exercise for Golfer's Elbow

Editor's note: Every week my colleague Ron Kaspriske, Golf Digest Fitness Editor, presents Fitness Friday on the Instruction Blog. He gives you a health and fitness tip or an exercise or stretch to get your...
Friday, 10/7/2011 at 1:00AM
Golf Instruction

Tips Plus: Don Hurter (Oct. 2010)

Don Hurter, one of Golf Digest's 50 Best Teachers, offers this advice on how to stripe it from a tight lie.
October 2010
Golf Equipment

2010 Hot List Tips: Hybrids (Feb. 2010)

Don Hurter, PGA pro from Castle Pines Club Club in Colorado, offers tips on hitting a hybrid from the edge of the green.
February 2010
Magazines / Editors' Blog

Long and Short of Uneven Lies

Golf Digest reader John Lawson of Corunna, MI, takes issue with a Todd Anderson tip in the December issue. In the article "How to beat uneven lies" (page 125), the section on "ball above feet"...
Monday, 11/17/2008 at 2:08PM
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