Shots & Strokes
How toThe short grass can make even the simplest-looking chip shot a risky proposition. Choose the shot based on your confidence level. Presented by Zurich.
How toBilly explains why making smart course-management choices is even more important around the green. Presented by Zurich.
Coaches & InstructorsThe ultimate risk-reward situation in golf—a short approach to a difficult pin placement—comes with its share of decision. Presented by Zurich.
Coaches & InstructorsYou don't have to miss the fairway by much to find yourself stuck in between a bunch of trees, but with Jason's level-headed approach, it doesn't have to cost you.
Coaches & InstructorsThe undisputed most-unfair position in golf, the divot lie can turn a great tee shot into a disaster. But with some simple setup tweaks and a lot of know-how, you can get out of it with a clean slate.
Coaches & InstructorsIn this dreaded scenario, you're oh so close to the green but in a whole heap of trouble. Jason Guss shows us how to dig the ball out and save par.
Coaches & InstructorsGetting stuck on hardpan—especially if you're standing on an unstable surface—can be super-intimidating. Jason shows us how to take the safe way out.
Coaches & InstructorsTempted to go for it on a short par 4? For a professional player like Billy it's an easy call, but most players need to weigh all of their risks. Presented by Zurich.
Coaches & InstructorsHitting long, straight drives is not impossible. If you take a moment to reassess your situation, you might learn that you're simply approaching your shots in an inefficient way. Presented by Deloitte
Coaches & InstructorsHow's your short game? Do you even know? If you want to play more efficient golf, it might be time to look again at how many strokes you're losing around the green and why. Presented by Deloitte
How toImprove your pitches and chips with these quick tips from golf instructor David Leadbetter.
CelebrityGolf Digest challenged Rickie Fowler to see how high he could hit a golf ball using a pitching wedge, 7-iron, and 4-iron. In the first challenge, Fowler must try to clear The White House, a blue whale, and the Roman Colosseum with a pitching wedge. For the second challenge, Rickie must clear the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Sydney Opera House, and Nitro roller coaster with a 7-iron. The final test has Fowler attempting to top a Boeing's wing span, the Statue of Liberty, and Big Ben.