Chipping and pitching, hitting approach shots and learning how to score. The closer you get the ball, the easier it will be to play better. Our top teachers help you improve with video drills and advice.
In this tip we have a shot that people get a lot from the rough around a green. The ball is above the pin with an aggressive slope. Most people might try a 60 Degree wedge to keep the ball from rolling to far past the cup. In this golf tip GOLF Magazine TOP 100 Teacher Kellie Stenzel provides ...
In this golf tip from GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher Mike Davis (Walters Golf Academy - Las Vegas, Nevada) we learn how to choose the right shot with our wedges to approach different greens. Mike also helps you learn to hit these shots.
Golf Magazine TOP 100 Teacher Steve Bosdosh provides a golf lesson from the fairway involving 60 yard approach shots. These are the key shots to learn if you want to score. In this lesson Steve discusses using different types of shots depending on the pin placement and slope of the green.
When you get into a bunker there are some adjustments that you need to make with your setup if you want to be successful and save par. Two tips are to lower your hands and open up the club face. Shawn Cox gives us a great bunker tip!
It has been said over and over again that they shaft line is important in your golf swing. It is also extremely important in your short game as well. Shawn Cox gives a tip to help with the shots around the green by getting your shaft line lined up!
Many people struggle getting out of the bunker when there is not a lot of green to work with! Glenn Deck, from Pelican Hills Golf Course, shows us the proper way to set up and strike the golf ball out of the sand!
Fred Griffin is the director of the Grand Cypress Academy of Golf in Orlando, Florida. In his tenure of teaching Fred Griffin has earned some serious recognition as Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher, Golf Digest Top 50 Teacher, and Golf Digest Top Teacher in the state of Florida, 1988 North Florida ...
Sometimes we find ourselves in the rough next to the green. The second cut is the only thing in your way. We catch up with Dr. Jim Suttie at Coghill to learn how to chip over the second cut without flying by the pin.
We catch up with golf instructor Chuck Cook to learn a few different chipping techniques and how and when to use them. This tip is all about the cut sweep and how to properly use this chipping technique.