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David Owen: This Just In: You Need A Short Game

The easiest way to become a better golfer is to become a better putter. The best way to become a better putter is to become a better pitcher.
Magazines

The Golf Guru: Things every golfer should know

How much time would Tiger Woods have to be absent from the tour to relinquish his status as the No. 1 ranked player in the world?
December 2008
Golf Instruction

Tips Plus: Rick Smith (Feb. 2010)

How to use a belly putter without switching putters.
February 2010
Golf Instruction

Tip Plus: David Leadbetter (Jan. 2010)

The pendulum stroke: David Leadbetter, ranked No. 3 among Golf Digest's 50 Greatest Teachers, offers this drill for staying steady on short putts.
January 2010
Golf Instruction

Tips Plus: Ricky Barnes

Ricky Barnes Project: See what Ricky's teacher Dean Reinmuth is doing to improve his putting -- specifically ones with right to left breaks.
January 2010
Golf Instruction

Tips Plus: Steve Stricker

Steve Stricker, who is currently leading the PGA tour in putting average (1.726), offers advice for making long putts.
December 2009
Golf Instruction

Tips Plus: Golf Ball Interiors

Senior editor Stina Sternberg explains how the layer materials and construction of a typical golf ball can impact your game.
December 2009
Golf Tours & News

LPGA Tour Schedule

2009 Tournaments and Winners
Golf Tours & News

LPGA Tour Statistics

Individual 2009 Statistics
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