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Coaches & Instructors Why Speed Is Key For Making More Putts Accurate reads mean nothing if you don't have the correct speed on the green. Dave Stockton, a Golf Digest 50 Best Teacher and two-time PGA Championship winner demonstrates speed control.
Coaches & Instructors Get the 3-wood in the play, hit more fairways David Leadbetter on when to ditch your driver and focus on accuracy off the tee.
Coaches & Instructors Old School Chipping to get the Ball Rolling This throwback technique will give you better control around the greens. A.J. Avoli, one of Golf Digest's Best Young Teachers shares his chipping-improvement tip.
Coaches & Instructors A simple way to make more putts Use this cadence to improve on the green. Chris Mayson, a Golf Digest Best Young Teacher, shares his two-word tip to help the ball drop in the cup.
Coaches & Instructors Drive it like Jhonattan Vegas Jhonattan Vegas, winner of the RBC Canadian Open, reveals the keys to hitting better drives.
Coaches & Instructors Time Your Swing Perfectly How to time your arms correctly during the swing.
Coaches & Instructors Smylie Kaufman’s Favorite Contact Drill Smylie Kaufman and his swing coach Tony Ruggiero demonstrate how to improve contact.
Bunker Play Rickie Fowler’s Bunker Secrets Follow Rickie Fowler’s tips and get out of the sand like a pro.
Coaches & Instructors Your Hands Control Everything Your hands control the clubface and its orientation at impact. Improve your swing by focusing on hand position and movement with Travis Fulton, a Golf Digest Best Young Teacher.
Coaches & Instructors How To Pitch From A Buried Lie Try Butch Harmon's simple plan for hitting a basic pitch.
Coaches & Instructors The Household Item That Doubles As A Great Swing Aid Hit consistent iron shots with this ball-striking tip from 2016-17 Best Young Teacher Erika Larkin.
Coaches & Instructors How Practicing Barefoot Helps Your Swing Hitting balls barefoot is nothing new. Sam Snead did it in the 1950s. You can do it, too, and get some of that terrific tempo and timing Snead was famous for.
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