How tour pros are so good on crucial six-footers.
Forget more speed, think more stroke
Get your swing on plane and feel the proper motion.
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Adding power to a swing built on accuracy
A driver swing so good, these photos look posed (they're not). Rahm uses his physique and strength to make a simple swing. He hits it so square, it's easy to see why his career is on the rise.
From driver to putter take a look at what Web.com Tour player Maverick McNealy carries in his bag.
“The hands should be passive? Then why do they call it touch?”
Power, accuracy, consistency—you name it—starts right here
How I learned to roll it like a pro.
When you think of golfers whose swings stood the test of time, players such as Sam Snead and Tom Watson come to mind. But as Sergio Garcia defends his title at the Masters in April, it's becoming increasingly clear that his action should be mentioned among the all-time greats.
Butch Harmon's greatest tips for getting off the tee.
If you usually get off to a slow start, hitting shots that aren't even close to your best, it might be because your body isn't properly warmed up. I see amateurs go to the range ahead of their tee times to hit a few shots, but that's all they do. Before I make one swing at an LPGA tournament, I have a routine of stretches and exercises to get my body ready.
A freewheeling swing has helped the big Aussie bloom in recent years.