Forget the swing. It's all about the setup When I get students who complain about poor chipping, here's where I go first: How far are they standing from the ball? If you're more than a foot away, you're
Behavior Social anxiety is self-consciousness on steroids, but you can get to the point where it doesn't own you. There’s no such thing as a fun office party or relaxed gathering in the world of social
Are you a perfectionist? And if the answer is yes, are you secretly proud of your perfectionism? You may think the fact that you never accept second best from others or yourself is behind all your career
On the right day and right course, you'll break 80. Congratulations. As a 7-handicap, you're in the top 21 percent of male golfers—top 3 percent for females—according to the United States Golf Association.
At some point when receiving short game advice, you’ve probably been told to play the ball back in your stance and lean the shaft forward. You can see that setup in the photo above. It's the most popular
ABOUT Whether the prospect of breaking 80 is well within your reach or a distant dream, no benchmark in golf is more tantalizing. And the skills required might just be simpler than you think. There’s need
It only took a few minutes, but Gary Harvey says the ramifications have lasted a long time. After going through Bridgestone's ball fitting program—twice over four years, mind you—his handicap dropped 18
By Doing Something No One Expected, Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr Taught a Brilliant Leadership Lesson
As the leader of a team, what would you do if you felt you were losing control? That your team members were no longer responding to your efforts? That's the situation Golden State Warriors coach Steve
Elon Musk is the current media darling for having vision and achieving crazy things. Jeff Bezos has more than his share of bold ideas and Mark Zuckerberg is no slouch in focusing on big things that really
Let's take a step back and consider what it means to slice a putt. It's no different than slicing a drive: The club cuts across the ball from out to in with the clubface open. And just like with the driver,
3 musts at impact: forward, down and through You hear it all the time: "Hit down on the ball and take a divot." And it's good advice, but you have to be in position to actually do it. In fact, a few positions.