Watch this video for tips on how to improve your downhill chip shot. We’ll discuss club placement on the ball and proper stance for this kind of shot.
Being able to shape your shot when you need to is a great way to lower your score and improve your game. In this video, PGA Professional Kip Puterbaugh shows you how to draw and cut the ball. For a draw, he’ll teach you how to swing shallower and from the inside out. For a cut, he’ll show you how to swing steeper and from the outside in. Kip explains what this means and shows you two drills you can practice to achieve these specific swings with success.Watch Now >>
Putting is perhaps the most important facet of every golfer’s game that they can always improve. Just like a basketball player looking to become more clutch at the free throw line by staying after practice and drilling shot upon shot, you can improve putting with commitment to developing a consistent stroke and honing your muscle… Read more »Watch Now >>
To get the best trajectory, distance and backspin, you need to hit down on the golf ball. If you hit up on the ball, you are likely to hit low, thin shots with a lot of top spin. In Solutions to Thin Irons From the Fairway, PGA professional Tom Henderson shows you three simple drills you can practice to alleviate hitting the ball thin. Practice these drills and you are guaranteed to hit the ball more solid.Watch Now >>
Get your long putts within three feet of the hole with these tips on putting distance control. Our pro discusses the length of the backswing and more.Watch Now >>