You might not have his power or hand-eye coordination, but there's plenty the four-time major champion does that you can do as well
How air swings can help refine your action
On Jan. 1, the United State Golf Association and the R&A implemented the most sweeping changes in decades to the Rules of Golf. The intent of the new, modernizing the rules was to make them easier to understand and apply. To help sort through the book, here is breakdown of the reorganized rules highlighted some of the biggest changes.
“Tiger is close to swinging at his very best,” top instructor David Leadbetter says.
His swing is that close to being his best ever, says one Hall of Fame instructor
The PGA Tour rookie who is (30 yards) longer than Dustin Johnson!
Because you can't play Nassaus forever
Outdo the meatheads with a smarter routine.
"Without speed, you can't send it."
Drives so pure, it's hard to believe her swing is mostly self-taught
What you can learn from Hideki Matsuyama's smooth swing.
About to turn a corner? First, give that dogleg some thought
“Wider swings produce higher shots.”
If Tiger Woods is going to win again, the key might be what he's doing here
Grace and power are two qualities rarely blended well in a golf swing, but that isn't the case for PGA Tour player Luke List, says his instructor, Jamie Mulligan. Though the show of force in other long hitters is obvious, it's much more subtle with List.