Bunker Escapes

Get Out and Onto The Green

When it comes to bunkers, amateurs fear them far more often than do touring professionals.

Chip Shots

Save strokes from just off the green

One of the reasons the world’s best players are so good is that they have stellar short games.

5 Shots 1 Club

(Sand Wedge, That Is)

The most successful golfers are the most creative ones. (Consider how inventive Phil Mickelson is when his tee shots get him in trouble.)

Characteristics Of Great Chipping

Get Up And Down In A Hurry!

Hitting better chip shots requires a few fundamentals, most of which get overlooked by beginner and better players alike.

Chip Control

5 Ways To Knock It Close

Admit it. Chipping isn’t exactly exciting. Some might say it’s downright boring. It certainly isn’t as thrilling as busting a drive 300 yards down the middle.

Sharpen Your Short Game

The short game is where you can save the most strokes. You can hit only so many 300-yard drives or stiff iron shots from the rough or fairway.

Swing Myths and Simple Fixes

I’ve seen so many different approaches to golf instruction that some things have come full circle. For every instructor who says keep your head down, another says let it turn.

Why You Can’t…

(and how you can)

One of the great things about the game of golf is that, on occasion, all of us, even the highest handicapper, will hit a shot like a pro. It might be a well-struck drive, hitting a par-5 in two or holing out a bunker shot.

Master The Short Game

Get Up and Down From Everywhere

The fastest way to lower your scores is to hone your game from 100 yards in.

Hunker Down

Have you ever been told to hunker down and get ready? Ever wonder what that means? The word hunker has been traced back to German and Dutch origins, meaning to squat, get low and bend the knees. Today, the expression means that and a few things more, including to settle in or to hold resolutely.