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Imagine a Second Hole

Even though we all do it from time to time, there’s really no excuse for missing a relatively straight four- to six-foot putt. Here’s a visualization trick I use with my students to read more..
Courtesy: Matt Swanson
Hinge for Power

Amateurs have problems hitting crisp iron shots due to two fatal flaws. First, the takeaway tends to be too low to the ground, which delays the proper hinging of the wrists until too late in th read more..
Courtesy: Brady Riggs
Don't Spill the Dishes

Many amateurs allow their right elbow to move too far away from their body at the top of the backswing, so that their elbow is pointing behind them, almost in the position of a baseball player read more..
Courtesy: Al Wagner
Buried, Not Dead

There aren’t many shots that touring professionals fear, but if you had to choose one, the buried lie bunker shot would probably take the cake. It’s a shot even more feared among am read more..
Courtesy: John O'Leary III
Clap Your Hands

Most of the time, when we hear of a player collapsing under the pressure of tournament golf, the breakdown happens somewhere late in the event. Maybe it's a final-round stumble (see Rory McIlro read more..
Courtesy: Rick Sessinghaus
The Putt-Chip Shot

The putt-chip is a shot that I encourage all of my students to learn at our golf school. It's easy, it's reliable, and even the pros use it to get up and down in a hurry. By keeping the ball lo read more..
Courtesy: Jon Paupore
Go Topless

If you tend to skull your fairway woods, it’s because you’re catching the ball on the upswing, often caused by trying to scoop or lift the ball up. To fix this problem, you have to read more..
Courtesy: Dean Hedstrom
High Hopes

You’ll discover the need to hit over an obstacle—tree, fence, even a scoreboard—during the course of an everyday round. And while amateurs fear the shot, pros know that only a read more..
Courtesy: John O’Leary III
Deck The Driver

The driver used to be placed off the deck a lot more often than it is now. Older drivers not only tended to be smaller, but they also had more loft, which helped golfers get the ball up in the read more..
Courtesy: Jeff Johnson
Bunker Escapes

When it comes to bunkers, amateurs fear them far more often than do touring professionals. It’s ironic, considering that most bunker shots require the kind of swing many amateurs have, wh read more..
Courtesy: Jeff Yurkiewicz