Setup BasicsCorrectly aligning your body where your eyes are looking is next to impossible to do naturally. You need a trick. Here's Rickie Fowler's process for setting up square to the target.
Setup BasicsTo break out of the hook cycle, practice swinging your arms a little slower and turning your body more aggressively to the finish. Butch Harmon demonstrates.
Setup BasicsButch Harmon shows how to improve your backswing: Extend your hands away from your body going back, and you'll have more power coming down.
Setup BasicsRyder Cup rookie Jason Dufner explains the importance of a good upper body rotation in the backswing.
Setup BasicsA spinout with the lower body, not with the upper, creates power. Follow David Leadbetter's words of wisdom to use the fast rotation of your hips for more powerful shots.
Setup BasicsEvery move you make in your golf swing should be to influence a better impact position. Having said that, few amateurs understand how to get down to the ball from the top—specifically what the upper body should do. Rick Smith shows you how.
Setup BasicsYou might have been told to "stay behind the ball" to really smash it. Instead of trying to keep your upper body back, try Sean Foley's simple adjustments to help you accomplish that and still shift toward the target.
Setup BasicsDavid Leadbetter's advice for a good backswing? The hands reach the top at the same moment the body stops turning.
Setup BasicsSean Foley shows how to start your backswing: turn your pelvis and upper body away from the target as much as you can.
Coaches & InstructorsWouldn't it be great to hit an 8-iron from where you're used to hitting a 7? You can do it with just one adjustment.
Setup BasicsGolf Digest Best Young Teacher Jason Carbone provides a visual trick to help you keep your weight forward during the golf swing.
Setup BasicsBuild a solid stance to hit consistent iron shots.