Shots & Strokes
PuttingFor the first time, Tiger Woods reveals how he approaches every aspect of the game. From technique and practice sessions to fitness and mental training, this 12-part series gives you exclusive insight directly from the 15-time major champion. http://www.golfdigest.com/tigerwoods
Shots & StrokesFor the first time, Tiger Woods reveals how he approaches every aspect of the game. From technique and practice sessions to fitness and mental training, this 12-part series gives you exclusive insight directly from the 15-time major champion. http://www.golfdigest.com/tigerwoods
Shots & StrokesA slow motion breakdown of Keith Mitchell's driver swing.
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