A lot of golfers struggle with a slice from the first time they pick up a club. Before long, everything they do in their setup and swing becomes a reaction to seeing shots that curve to the right. In this video series, we examine the root causes of the slice and the quickest cures.
Ever wonder what the conversations are between players and caddies on the PGA Tour? Our host, Paul Tesori, Webb Simpson’s longtime caddie, takes you on a walking tour of the treacherous three-hole finish at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., site of the Players Championship. A fascinating inside look you won’t want to miss.
Golf purists won't agree with taking liberties with the game's rules, and if you actually lay a club on the ground and mark the spot with a tee before taking a drop during your usual friendly foursome, this list probably isn't for you. But while we believe the rules of golf to be sacred and essential, sometimes bending them just a little, provided you aren't doing it in an official competition or without consent or knowledge of your playing partners, can make your round more fun. And isn't that what playing recreational golf is all about? Keep these ideas in mind the next time you're not teeing it up at the U.S. Open.
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.
Does your swing feel restricted? Do you lack power? Is your body sore the day after a round? Most golfers would feel and play better with even a small improvement in the strength or flexibility of their “golf muscles.” This series offers customizable help, without trips to the gym.
LPGA Tour player Belen Mozo is one of the fittest golfers on any tour. In this video series, Mozo demonstrates the exercises she uses to increase her swing speed, ball-striking consistency and energy level on the course. Here’s what you need to do to feel better and play better.