Becoming a more confident player in the scoring zone is an easy way to knock strokes off your score, which means you have to improve your abilities around the green. First, Charlie King explains the difference between pitching and chipping, and discusses what you should do before you prepare to swing and how you should set your stance, posture and grip. Then, Charlie and Brian Manzella teach you some of the ways to improve your short game by demonstrating the mechanics for distance control and showing you how to make solid contact. Finally, you’ll learn some fun practice games that you can use to challenge yourself and prepare for the shot-by-shot nature of a round on the course, rather than a sequence of chipping and pitching technique shots at the range.
The hook or the slice happens to all golfers, whether amateur or professional. When you’re least expecting it, you wind up and unleash a drive that takes off in a direction you hadn’t planned, and you try to adjust your swing on the next tee. If you make the right change, you can get backWatch Now >>
Learn how to become a better putter with these impactful tips and drills. PGA instructor Krista Dunton shows you each aspect of putting including stance, grip, stroke and ball contact. She teaches you how to determine if you’re a linear or non-linear putter and how to use this knowledge to become a better putter. LaterWatch Now >>
Learn the key to getting up and down with your chips. PGA instructor Brian Manzella teaches you how to select the right club for distance control around the green. Discover how to use the Rule of 12 to calculate where to carry the ball and how much roll to expect. From PGA Instructor Charlie King,Watch Now >>
This video will show you the keys to hitting shots out of trouble areas. PGA Instructor Rick Martino explains how to hit from a downhill lie by focusing on proper set up and alignment. PGA Instructor Laird Small teaches you how to hit out of trouble spots including uphill lies, the rough, fairway bunkers andWatch Now >>