If you’re looking for a higher or lower ball flight trajectory while taking your approach shots on the golf course, focus on your follow through.
Get out of the fairway bunker on your first attempt. Choose your club based off the height of the lip to determine if you need a higher or lower loft.
You're going to make a few adjustments to ensure clean contact when hitting shots from a fairway bunker. Consider your grip, base, and more.
You may have seen the Mickelson flop on TV and he’s obviously unbelievable at it, but it’s a tough shot to compare yourself to. It takes a lot of manipulation with the hands, a lot of time, a lot of practice, and it’s just not going to be that...
This advanced tip, from the likes of Nick Faldo, Tiger Woods, and Bubba Watson, is a great way in which using your grip can help shape your shots.
Keeping your ball position center in your stance is a great way to hit your standard or mid trajectory chip and pitch shots.
The advanced flop shot can be challenging, but you'll find it easier with the fundamentals of keeping your club face open and your wrists bent.
Shifting your ball position back in your stance is a great way to lower your trajectory in your chip and pitch shots.
For the average golfer, if you’re stuck behind the trees you’ve probably heard to “take your medicine”. In other words, take the easiest route to get the ball back on the fairway. This will give you the best approach on your next shot. However, for...
Using ball position can help to alter the shape of your shots. Not only can change the ball flight from right to left or left to right. But it also affects the trajectory up or down. Let’s start by going over a draw. Begin by moving the ball forward...