Hit more greens like Every to shoot better scores
Matt Every made key birdies at Bay Hill on Sunday en route to his first PGA Tour win. Of course, it's tough to make birdies if you're not hitting greens.
Tip of the Week: Finding the sweet spot consistently
If you can consistently hit your irons pin high, you'll shoot better scores, and Michael Breed has a great tip to help you accomplish that goal.
Tip of the Week: Brush it back for better iron play
If you're struggling to hit crisp iron shots, it could be that your backswing is too narrow. If so, Brian Mogg has a great tip in this video to help you out.
Use your surroundings to work on your swing issues
There are effective golf training aids on the market, but as SwingFix instructor Bill Schmedes III points out, nothing beats what Mother Nature has given you.
Escaping from the kind of rough Merion will feature
The rough this week at Merion for the 2013 U.S. Open will be brutal. Do you know how to escape from the nasty lies that you're sure to encounter when you play?
Take advantage of wet, soft conditions like Horschel
Billy Horschel took advantage of soft conditions to win in New Orleans and SwingFix instructor Tyrus York has some tips to help you do the same.
Create more backspin when you need it like Duke
In winning the Travelers Championship, Ken Duke hit a playoff shot most in the field struggled with Sunday. How you can get extra spin when you need it?
Video: Shift your weight to stop hitting shots fat
Michael Breed, host of The Golf Fix, wants to help you lose the dreaded fat shot from your arsenal, and the key is to get your weight moving forward.
Adopt the stoplight approach and lower your scores
SwingFix instructor Ed Oldham wants to help you lower your scores, and to accomplish that goal all you need to do is picture a stoplight when you play.
Video: Use shaft lean to bring your ball flight down
Do you hit the ball too high? Well, you might be adding loft to the club at impact, a problem that SwingFix pro Justin Bruton is going to help you fix.