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Jack Nicklaus' strategy for playing Augusta National is second-to-none, amassing the best record at the Masters over the years
The different format of the Ryder Cup requires different thinking on the golf course. Take this quiz to see how you'd fair as a me …
Playing in the mountains is a special experience. Besides the aesthetic pleasure of seeing for miles in many directions, it's thri …
“When a birdie hole comes along, you’ve got to take advantage.”
Playing this game is about making choices, and no feature embodies this fact so plainly as a split fairway.
The threshold of what counts as a miracle is hard to establish.
You've got to manage the course according to your personality.
Some holes are just plain tough, and your ability to execute shots on them makes or breaks your day. Designers often save this sor …
Better to make a mistake with your second shot than your first.
Depending on the hole location and your short-game skills, you might be better served leaving a chip for birdie.
Treat a stone wall like a water hazard.
A well-designed hole changes every day with weather conditions, pin placement and firmness of the turf. The golfer who's willing t …
Although it's great to embrace opportunity with aggressive play, the amateur mistake is to get preoccupied with covering the dista …
The par-4 sixth at Dismal River in Mullen, Nebraska, is one of Jack Nicklaus' favorite punchbowl greens. He shares his go-to strat …
Don't let one mistake cost you the entire hole.
How to play a par 4 that plays like a par 5.
Trying to close out a match? You might do well to remember how I went up the par-4 18th at Oakmont Country Club in a playoff again …
Strategy: How to handle bunkers in the middle of the fairway.
Strong, fair golf courses have only so many highly penal areas. Augusta National has six shots you can't take off.
30 Days To Better Golf | Mental Game
Can you gain a full shot? That's your first question.
It takes only one good shot to make an easy par.
Want to protect your score or have some fun?
The first move down from the top is one of the most important in the golf swing.