It’s often said that professional golfers play “a different game” than the rest of us, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn from the tactics they use and incorporate them into our own game. In honor of the new Apple TV+ World War II drama series “Masters of the Air”— from the executive producers of "Band of Brothers" and "The Pacific"—Golf Digest enlisted Kyle Westmoreland, a former Air Force captain and the PGA Tour’s resident long-ball hitter, to give us some tips on how to achieve his impressive ball flight. In this series, Kyle reveals all the checkpoints he uses to employ a full arsenal of shots off the tee, along with the actual workout he uses every week to maintain his elite strength and power.
Just like the Air Force has basic training to make sure physical ability is never a question, Kyle knows that he can gain an edge by outworking the competition in the gym. In our final episode, Kyle shows off his own workout routine that has helped him become one of the strongest athletes to ever earn a Tour card.