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
CelebrityWorld Long Drive Champion Jeff Flagg takes Golf Digest's Long Drive Challenge at Butler National Golf Club in Oak Brook, Illinois.
CelebrityCallaway Live is back at The FORUM! This week we sit down with Comedy Central star James Davis, whose "Hood Adjacent" upbringing gives him a unique perspective on the game of Golf. Presented by Callaway
HumorIn this influential study, three golfers of different skill levels try a series of golf shots after consuming more and more alcoholic drinks to see how alcohol affects their game. A semi-pro, an amateur, and a casual golfer progress through five rounds of driving off the tee, hitting with an iron, and putting on the green - first while sober then adding 2 drinks with each round of shots. Sports Medicine Physician Dr. Ara Suppiah MD explains what's happening to each golfer under the influence.
CelebrityKelly Rohrbach was recently named Sports Illustrated’s Rookie of the Year, but she’s no novice when it comes to golf. Along with Blair O’Neal, the model and former college golfer shows you how to skip your ball across the water with a low-lofted club.
HumorPGA Pro Patrick Reed and rising young golfer Bowen Ballis play a round of "SHH" with Patrick on his knees!
HumorCan Brooks Koepka defeat 10-year-old-Madison Moman in this golf challenge?
News & ToursIn the 121st year of the U.S. Open, here are the five biggest controversies of the major tournament over its illustrious career.
How toRickie Fowler and Butch Harmon share their tips for knocking it tight over a bunker.
CelebrityGolden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry takes Golf Digest's 3-Point Challenge, involving 3-pointers, chip shots, long putts, and half-court shots. He has less than fifty seconds per round and needs to make 10 shots to win, all while being interviewed.
CelebrityBubba Watson nails a drone with the perfect shot, all while answering our hard-hitting questions like whether he's team Russell Wilson or Aaron Rodgers and if he prefers grilled cheese or burritos?
News & ToursJordan Spieth explains why his non-traditional swing works to his advantage.
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.