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Justin Rose: How To Rip Your 3-Wood

My keys to getting the most out of the most important club: I like hitting driver off tees where the more prudent play is a 3-wood. At tour courses, the setup is often such that I hit my 3-wood from the turf only once a round, or maybe even not at all, depending on how the par 5s are playing. So …

Swing Sequence: Gary Woodland

6 Keys To Solid Strikes

<b>EDITOR'S NOTE:</b> Two incredible iron shots. Of course, it took more than that for Keegan Bradley to go from 25-year-old up-and-comer on the PGA Tour to major champion. But the two approaches he hit in the three-hole playoff at the PGA Championship in August, which he won over Jason Dufner, are why …

Golf Instruction: Fast Fixes Tee To Green

Steve Stricker Shares His Putting Secrets

How to roll it like a pro and make more birdies<p>Steve Stricker is frequently named by his peers as one of the best putters in the game. In 2011, he ranked second on the PGA Tour in a complex, new statistic that many believe is the most accurate way to judge a player's putting ability: strokes …

Simple Power: Jason Day's 4 Keys To Distance

4 keys to distance<p>Don't make anything harder than it is. That's basically how I go about living my life, and it's also my philosophy when it comes to hitting a golf ball. I think you can hit your biggest drives ever without frying your brain with too many mechanical thoughts. First tip: Swinging …

Jason Dufner: Duf's Moves To Hit It Solid

3 Keys To Bust Your Drives

<b>1. THE TAKEAWAY</b><p>I relied on three key swing thoughts at the U.S. Open: one for my takeaway, one for my transition and one through impact. Like many good right-handers, I fight hitting it left and have for all of my life. To avoid those hooks, my takeaway thought is to make sure during those first …

Stop Leaving Chips Short

Your setup might be making you quit on the shot<p>If you struggle to get the ball to the hole on chips, I'll bet your address position is too much like your full-swing address (<i>above, left</i>). This encourages you to scale down the size and speed of your chipping stroke, and, as a result, you don't hit …

Watch The Best of Sean Foley | How High to Tee It Up | Golf Digest Video | CNE

How High to Tee It Up<p>The right height varies depending on the shot you're trying to hit and the playing conditions. Sean Foley shows how high to tee it up.<p>Released on 8/2/2013<p>Credits<p>Starring:<p>Sean Foley<p>Transcript<p>Embed

Bryan Lebedevitch: Better Chipping Contact

One of our 50 Greatest Teachers, Bryan Lebedevitch, shows you how to adjust your footing and grip for more solid chips.<p>Released on 8/2/2013<p>Credits<p>Starring:<p>Bryan Lebedevitch<p>Transcript<p>Embed

Don't Overdo The Tilt

This address problem only gets worse during the swing<p>Every golf swing hinges on the setup. Make a mistake there, and the problems that follow in the swing are hard to fix before impact.<p>One common problem comes with the driver. Players who want to launch the ball high off the tee—or are using a …

The Foot Wedge

Adjust foot position to hit it low, high or in between<p>With all the shots you face around the green, you need to be able to control trajectory. On all of them, play the ball an inch inside your front heel, and angle that foot outward about 30 degrees. To change trajectory, simply change the position …

Fitness: Reboot Your Swing At The Turn