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#HelpMeGolfDigest: Top 50 Teacher Kevin Weeks fixes a second round of your swings

Top 50 Teacher Kevin Weeks took a trip to the Northeast to work with Kevin Streelman the week of the Deutsche Bank. But before he tuned up the 2014 PGA Tour winner, he took a...
Monday, 9/8/2014 at 2:20PM
Instruction

How He Hit That: Hunter Mahan's precise iron shots

Watch Hunter Mahan stripe ball after ball in a majestic, dead-straight parabola and it's difficult to imagine that before Sunday he hadn't won in more than two years. The struggles with a cranky putter and a...
Monday, 8/25/2014 at 11:19AM
How He Hit That

How He Hit That: Kaymer's U.S. Open-winning fringe putts

By Matthew Rudy It was clear from the start that Martin Kaymer's putter was the best club in his bag. He one-putted 18 of his first 36 greens, and made 11 birdies against one...
Monday, 6/16/2014 at 10:16AM
Instruction

See what Top 50 teacher Kevin Weeks has to say about your swings in the first installment of #HelpMeGolfDigest

By Matthew Rudy You sent swings from all over the country and all around the world -- more than 300 of them in less than a week -- with the hashtag #HelpMeGolfDigest on Twitter...
Thursday, 5/1/2014 at 2:31PM
Instruction

#HelpMeGolfDigest? Top 50 teacher Kevin Weeks is on the way

By Matthew Rudy Golfers need a lot of help.  We received hundreds of videos from readers via Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #HelpMeGolfDigest, and on Thursday we'll get started on the fixes. Top 50...
Tuesday, 4/29/2014 at 10:30AM
Golf Instruction / Breaking 100/90/80

Breaking 100: Motion Drill

One of the simplest ways to develop distance and accuracy doesn't even involve swinging a club. Make some practice swings from your regular setup with a standard kitchen broom. The weight of the broom won't let you make the arms-only swings that many players use on the course.
January 2012
Golf Instruction / Breaking 100/90/80

Breaking 100: Motion Drill

One of the simplest ways to develop distance and accuracy doesn't even involve swinging a club. Make some practice swings from your regular setup with a standard kitchen broom. The weight of the broom won't let you make the arms-only swings that many players use on the course.
January 2012
Golf Instruction / Breaking 100/90/80

Breaking 90: Turn Check

Shoulder turn is tough to monitor on your own because you can't see yourself swing. To get the next-best thing, slide one of those alignment aids or sticks—I use the ones the hardware store sells as driveway guides for snow plowing—through the sleeves of your shirt so it runs along the top of your shoulders.
January 2012
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