When setting up, whether you're hitting a long iron or short, the low point of your swing will stay the same if your ball position …
After these practice sessions, a round of golf will feel like a casual stroll.
Using leverage like a pitcher from the mound.
Block out bad stuff with the power of intention.
You'll hit the ball better with a shorter backswing.
How you walk into a shot can influence the result.
How you can get better without going to the range.
Use Hunter Mahan's ball-striking keys to get sharp.
Hit more shots dead center—it starts with understanding your misses.
Tiger's stats prove one area of the game trumps all.
Take a tip from the U.S. Open champion: don't change your swing.
The secret is in the squat. Let your knees flare out as you start down, and you'll pick up some noticeable distance.
If you hit a lot of slices, you should "strengthen" your left-hand position on the club. All you have to do is grip it more in the …
What we learned from his awesome 5-wood recovery shot at The Players Championship.
To start your backswing, turn your pelvis and upper body away from the target as much as you can.
What the great putters do: Instead of positioning your eyes directly over the ball, do what most pros do and set them several inch …