Titleist Brand Ambassador Chesson Hadley captures his 1st career PGA Tour title at the Puerto Rico Open.
An elite team of instructors can show you in a matter of minutes what it would take months to figure out on your own.
The PGA Tour moves to TPC Scottsdale this week for the highly popular Waste Management Phoenix Open.
And as is the case with most desert courses, there’s plenty of sand in play.
Regardless of your ability level, missed greens are part of the game, and the higher your handicap the more you’re likely to miss in a given round.
One of the most common adages in golf is that a ball that doesn't get to the hole can't go in, although that sentiment often is expressed much more colorfully on the course.
We often hear about a player's swing being "too long."
You can be the best green reader in the world, but if you can’t hit your line the putts just aren’t going to fall.
Many average and high-handicap golfers are obsessed with finding a quick fix for their golf swing when they should be devoting more time to polishing their pre-shot fundamentals.
If you’re looking to devote some time to one aspect of your swing this winter, the takeaway would be a great choice.
Most golfers understand, or at least have heard, that they want to create width in their backswing to drive the ball better.
Being a great wedge and short-iron player is one of the keys to shooting good scores on the golf course.
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