Golf coach Tim O’Connor explains that results come from trying and failing, not from a series of tips and instruction manuals. Your own experience is your best guide.
This virtual summit brings some of the industry’s leading experts together to discuss the proposed rule limiting distance and the implications it has for all players.
Martin Chuck from Tour Striker Academy has a great piece of advice on how to get started when you’re running late to the first tee.
Here’s a move that Gary Player made famous and one that allowed him to keep up with Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, despite being much smaller.
It’s just a guess, but I’d wager that on your list of things you’d like to accomplish this season there’s a line about sending your index down a few floors.
Martin Chuck at Tour Striker Academy has some terrific advise and a wonderful drill for controlling your clubface at impact in order to hit the ball straight.
Every week of the PGA Tour season, multiple websites publish their own version of What’s in the Bag (WITB), a listing of the clubs used by that week’s tournament winner.
Putting accounts for about 40% of your total score! I’m sure you know how important it is. And I’m sure you practice (even if it’s only before a round of golf). So the question is… Why are you not improving?
Short, supposedly easy holes can sometimes mess with your head and make you nervous. Martin Chuck from Tour Striker Nation has a remedy to make sure you can ‘stick’ those shots every time.