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Hitting from tight lies intimidates some golfers. Tight lies weren't as common a few years ago as they are now. Now they’re prevalent. They'll continue to increase as more and more courses look to irrigate less to conserve water...

Want to shrink your golf handicap quickly? Here's a golf tip on how to do it. Sink more putts—especially those knee-knocking three-, four-, and five-foot putts—to make birdies or salvage par. Sinking more of these knee-knockers saves a ton...

What type of golf irons do you use— cast or forged golf irons? A reader of our golf tips newsletter recently asked this question. He wanted to combine the two types of irons in one set. In this set,...
swing speed

Boosting power off the tee eases the pressure on your short game. The farther you hit your drives, the shorter your approach shots. The shorter your approach shots, the more chances you have of hitting the green in regulation....

It's hard to go low when you're a poor putter. If that's you and you're serious about breaking 80, then you need to improve your putting. But to do that, you can't just work on your mechanics, read golf...
swing speed

Are your drives coming up short? Golf tips say you need to increase clubhead speed to boost power. That's a good suggestion. The higher the clubhead speed, the farther your drives. One way to increase clubhead speed is by...

If you're like most golfers, you probably use stroke play a lot. In fact, stroke play may be all you play with your regular foursome. Giving strokes to your opponent or opponents is the most popular way to play...

Do you use your body or your arms to power your golf swing? If you are or were a hockey player, you probably use your body. That's because hockey players use their bodies to hit shots when on the...

No two golf swings are the same. So trying to copy Jordan Spieth’s or Rory McIlroy’s mechanics is a waste of time. They’ve honed their swings with thousands of hours of work. Plus, they have different bodies and different...
golf swing

Power off the tee is great. But hitting more greens in regulation (GIR) with pinpoint golf irons is just as important as belting long drives. In fact, hitting more greens in regulation is critical to going low. One of the...