Annika Sorenstam apparently has more precision with her wedge than her knife.
It's often said that golf is a game played primarily in the six inches between your ears.
Putting is a huge part of the game of golf but it rarely gets the full attention it deserves from many average golfers, who instead are obsessed with trying to drive their ball 300 yards and stuff
In her prime, Annika Sorenstam had few if any equals on the LPGA.
One of the most common driving flaws for high handicappers is the chicken wing. This is where the lead arm bends at the elbow through impact.