by Sam Adams Have you ever stepped up to the tee on a short par 4, pulled out your three wood, and bam, hit a shot that just felt perfect? Then, on your next tee shot, you revert back to your driver, and it just doesn’t have quite the same feel and doesn’t seem as
by Mike Dero No one is afraid of an uphill putt. But everyone I know dreads a downhill five or seven footer; the steeper the slope the greater the dread. And rightly so, because that downhill seven footer can easily become a 10 footer coming back . That happens because most of us don’t really
by John Dodegge Researchers at the Mayo Clinic found that 33 percent to 48 percent of all serious golfers have experienced the yips, and that golfers who have played for more than 25 years, appear to be most prone to the condition. Keep these statistics in mind. The yips occur mostly on short putts. Why?
by Rickard Strongert The long fairway bunker shot ranks right up there with the hardest shots in golf for the everyday golfer. It’s the kind of shot where success has a set of rather low expectations. It’s not how close to the green you get, as long as you clear the bunker and actually have