Golf Digest's Luke Kerr-Dineen analyzes the micro-adjustments Tour players make to their swings and how those changes help them.
Most golf fans know that Johnny Miller is one of the best ball strikers in the history of the game. However, few know why. In this episode, Luke Kerr-Dineen sheds light on Miller's unique grip and how it helped him flush his irons.
Cameron Smith is the ultimate magician on the greens, and his putter is his magic wand. In this episode of Film Study Golf Digest’s Luke Kerr-Dineen breaks down subtle mix of mental and technical movements that have made Cameron one of golf’s most elite putters.
Vanderbilt's Gordon Sargent has been turning heads in recent months due his impressive play and prodigious length off the tee. But how can a 170-pound, 20-year-old hit the ball nearly 400 yards off the tee? Where does his power come from? In this Film Study, our very own Luke Kerr-Dineen will explain Sargent's X-Factor.
Tommy Fleetwood has become one of golf's best ball strikers but what is the key to his swing? In this Film Study, Luke Kerr-Dineen explains the small but important secret to Fleetwood's swing, how he's worked on it, and why it makes him such a consistent player.