Divots are part of golf, especially out on tour. But not all divots are created equal. Here's what you need to know about the tour …
Gary Woodland's keys for knocking down the stick—wherever it is.
Play for birdies – like Patrick Reed does.
Some science on why your shots do what they do around the greens.
Lexi Thompson, the LPGA's newest major champion, shows you how to smash it.
Send a picture of your buddy's outfit to Mr. Style to get a thumbs up or thumbs down.
Our style guide will help even the most clueless man look like he knows what he's doing
Jeff and Angelia Melcher found comfort on the course after the death of their son, Carter.
A Walk To Remember: After being misdiagnosed with a chronic disease and suffering from side-effects from the treatment, golf taugh …
Nicole Weller is a Golf Digest Best Young Teacher. Here are some of her simple tips for gaining distance.
For golfers trying to gauge greenside shots, a system is necessary for feeling how much swing creates how much shot. Enter Goldilo …
Tim Cooke, one of Golf Digest's Best Young Teachers, shows how to fix your faults with creative practice swings.
Your body must rotate around your front foot so your hands can remain firm, and not flip, through impact.
Rehearse a baseball or T-ball swing, keeping the shaft as parallel to the ground as possible and below your shoulders as you go ba …
Mark Immelman, one of Golf Digest's Best Teachers in Georgia, offers tips for sand play.
Better players should understand how the bounce and belly features of a sand wedge affect trajectory.
If you're struggling from greenside bunkers, be mindful that the more you cut across the ball from out to in with a wide-open club …
Play the ball just forward of center, with your stance slightly open and your sternum more over your left foot.
Clutch Putting: A simple drill to simulate on-course pressure
Golf helped Turner Fordham deal with a leukemia diagnosis.