Most golfers have a general idea of what they want to do on each hole—drive it here, don’t miss there, stay below the hole—but sometimes their strategy is flawed. Or, if they start playing badly, the plan goes out the window. In this video series, teacher Dean Reinmuth takes you through the best ways to play par 3s, par 4s and par 5s.
Tired of just beating balls on the range, not knowing what to work on? In this video program, Jim McLean, ranked No. 4 by his peers on Golf Digest’s 50 Best Teachers in America, gives you a step-by-step roadmap for checking and improving your golf swing.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but that's not exactly true when it comes to tour player swings. A golf swing is a complex combination of moving elements, and how those elements work together separates major champions from 90-shooters. We asked Golf Digest 50 Best Teacher Mike Jacobs to help break down some close-up images of eight great players to explain what exactly you can see in the swing—and what's hidden below the surface.
Watch the pros on TV, and you notice how easily they turn their bodies back and through. Creating power is simple when you have that much range of motion. In this video, golf-fitness trainer Kaitlyn Pimentel demonstrates exercises to boost your rotation.