Coaches & InstructorsKevin Hinton, one of Golf Digest's Best Young Teachers, shares a one-handed solution to hitting better pitches.
Coaches & InstructorsHere's a simple trick to achieve proper chipping contact from Jason Carbone, one of our Best Young Teachers.
Coaches & InstructorsAlternate using this drill from Best Young Teacher Billy Fitzgerald, and your regular technique. In no time, you'll be pitching it closer and saving more pars.
Coaches & InstructorsBryan Lebedevitch, one of Golf Digest's Best Young Teachers, shares a drill that will improve your downswing sequencing and increase power.
Coaches & InstructorsJason Guss, Senior Academy Instructor at Rick Smith Golf Academy and one of Golf Digest's Best Young Teachers, demonstrates how a putter insert can help you make more solid putts.
Coaches & InstructorsVisualize Your Chip Shots: Jason Guss, Sr. Academy Instructor at Rick Smith Golf Academy and one of America's Best Young Teachers, shares a drill that will help you become a better chipper and visualize your chip shots.
Coaches & InstructorsMark Blackburn, Director of Instruction at Gunter's Landing and one of Golf Digest's Best Young Teachers, explains how to generate more power at impact.
Coaches & InstructorsIf you're struggling with iron contact you're probably releasing the club too early. Jason Birnbaum, one of America's Best Young Teachers, shares a tip for improving contact on your iron shots.
Coaches & InstructorsChris O'Connell, one of America's Best Young Teachers, shows you how to hit it solid and with more power.
Coaches & InstructorsOne of our 50 Greatest Teachers, Bryan Lebedevitch, shows you how to adjust your footing and grip for more solid chips.
Coaches & InstructorsJust roll and reach. Erika Larkin demonstrates how to fix your slice by letting your forearms roll over to square the clubface and reaching your arms toward the target.
Coaches & InstructorsGolf Digest Best Young Teacher Jason Guss says the angle of your shoulders can go a long way toward hitting the ball further.