Madelene Sagstrom of Sweden broke through for her first LPGA Tour victory after one of the most talented Symetra Tour careers.
The LPGA's top rookie Jin Young Ko shows you two basic chips that will cover the majority of lies you face around the greens.
If you're looking to become more consistent around the greens, focus on: bottom and bounce. Read on to see how those two words wil …
Getting your weight forward is going to help make your pitching game much more reliable.
Take a right-brained approach to your shots around the greens and build a world-class short game with Justin Rose's keys.
The key is committing to making an aggressive downswing. Don't be afraid that the clubhead speed you're creating is going to shoot …
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 …
Throw the head to start using the bounce
To hit a high and soft bunker shot, you need to hit the sand first -- but the key is to not take too much sand.
A long-and-slow swing will help produce a higher, softer shot that gets the ball over the lip and lets it release toward the hole.
When you're dealing with tricky short-game shots, risk management and good technique are the keys to success.
The bunker technique that helped Ariya Jutanugarn win the 2018 U.S. Women's Open.
The key for short wedges is to get into a good setup and make a backswing that allows you to accelerate through the ball.
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 …
Make a few adjustments to your iron game, and you'll go flag hunting. Let's get started.
Incorporate a modern version of the fringe putt into your greenside arsenal
The skills you need to develop consistency and touch from Michael Breed, Golf Digest's Chief Digital Instructor.
Forget the swing. It's all about the setup. Read on to see Butch Harmon's setup keys that'll keep you from chunking or skulling it …
Lob shots look hard, but they're really easy to execute
When pitching, a lot of people say your hands should be passive. But if that's true, why do they call it touch?
When you're staring at a bunker with a big lip, don't be shy: Take plenty of sand to get over a high lip.
Michael Breed, Golf Digest's Chief Digital Instructor, demonstrates the one move to hit it solid—and beat those muddy lies.
Chipping can be difficult, but here's an easy fix: Changing the way you hold the club can work wonders.
Phil Mickelson, the ultimate master of chipping and pitching, has 4 shots that'll improve your short game.
Are the issues Tiger had with chipping two years ago still lingering? Have they gotten better or worse? We asked Golf Digest Teach …
You can make bunker play fun again if you follow the technique of a player that Golf Digest Best Young Teacher Matt Killen coaches …
If you want to hit your irons well, Butch Harmon says there are 3 musts at impact: forward, down and through.
A simple tip to help ingrain the feel out of the sand.