"Fast arms, slow hands" might seem counter-intuitive to making better contact, but it's key to hitting solid shots
Simple tips from one of golf's best instructors will give you command in the sand.
The secret to great wedge play is producing any distance on command and that comes from knowing how to control speed at impact
Make a more fluid putting stroke by forgetting this commonly uttered piece of instruction advice
Michael Breed helps you create a swing with more width and depth to generate power in your swing
Michael Breed's quick tips will help you make better contact off tight lies with a fairway wood
Michael Breed's basics to making a better hybrid swing
Golf instruction truths: Michael Breed on the one move you need to make better iron contact
Remember that old “eyes over the ball” putting tip? Michael Breed says to try these two tips instead
How a key to how NFL quarterbacks generate speed and power can also help you hit power draws with ease
Michael Breed's keys to better trajectory with your irons: "A wide arc sets up more speed and a high launch."
Michael Breed: Become a complete bunker player. Don't forget the two things you need to escape the sand
It's scary to even think about the shanks. But if you find yourself in the middle of a case of them, Michael Breed has the tips yo …
It sounds counterintuitive, but if you want to get more lift out of your fairway woods, stop trying to lift the ball up.
Hitting greens in regulation is going to take a lot of pressure off of your putter. Here are 5 approach shots you should know how …
Choosing the right line is important, but that doesn't matter without also having the correct speed.
Wedges aren't the only club you can use around the green. Grab you hybrid and use a putting motion, says Michael Breed.
Putting isn't only about getting the read right. You need to understand distance, too. Try Michael Breed's putting drill to hole m …
Next time you go to the range, hit some short wedge shots, and hold your finish after each swing. If your clubface is closing on s …
Feel around the greens is something everyone wants in golf. Michael Breed is here to teach you how to pitch with touch.
The closer you get to impact, the less you can do—or undo—before you hit the ball. Swing down, stop here, and check three things.
With the driver, golfers have such an instinct to smash the ball, they sometimes forget about getting in position so they can. Let …
For your chipping clubs, you need to know how much of the shot is in the air and how much is on the ground. Then you can pick the …
The skills you need to develop consistency and touch from Michael Breed, Golf Digest's Chief Digital Instructor.
Make this your one driver swing thought: *Trail arm long for as long as possible.* You'll hit longer, straighter drives.
Michael Breed, Golf Digest's Chief Digital Instructor, demonstrates the one move to hit it solid—and beat those muddy lies.