Take better advantage of your practice opportunities
SwingFix instructor Craig Renshaw gives you some tips for more effective golf practice, which is a great way to improve your game on the course.
Create on-course conditions whenever you practice
To take your 'range game' to the course, you have to practice like you play, and that includes playing full and short-game shots from uneven lies.
Strike your putts solidly to improve performance
One of the biggest keys to putting well is the ability to hit putts solidly, and SwingFix instructor Ed Oldham has some great tips to help you do just that.
Spring has finally sprung so get your game ready
It took longer than normal in most places but spring is finally here, and SwingFix instructor Kandi Comer wants to make sure you're ready for golf season.
School of Golf: Work on your swing plane at home
Do you really understand the concept of a swing plane? If not, this video segment from School of Golf host Martin Hall will be a big help for you.
Have a plan and use workstations when you practice
Do you have a sound game plan for your practice sessions? Probably not, but SwingFix instructor Vikki Vanderpool has some tips to help you out.
Tip of the Week: Lose the scoop on your chip shots
School of Golf host Martin Hall wants you to stop scooping your chip shots, and he has a great drill to help you eliminate that nasty action for good.
Video: Make fundamentals a priority when practicing
You might think your practice approach and commitment to fundamentals are solid, but chances are they're probably not where they need to be.
Video: A great short game requires great imagination
As Bernhard Langer explains in this video segment, to have a great short game, in addition to practicing, you need to have creativity and imagination.
Practice your short game for quickest improvement
If you want to get better but spend most of your practice time beating balls on the range, you're making a mistake, says SwingFix pro Bill Schmedes III.