While many golfers struggle with an over-the-top move, there are also plenty of players who get the club stuck behind them in their swing, especially with the driver.
Martin Kaymer went wire-to-wire to claim the U.S. Open on Sunday by a whopping eight shots on Donald Ross' Pinehurst No. 2.
It’s that time of year again when many of us are just beginning to dust off the cobwebs from the long winter break.
The most common miss among average and high-handicap golfers is the slice.
There are several swing issues that can lead to a slice, and included in that group is an outside takeaway.
In an effort to pick up more distance off the tee, many golfers end up "getting quick" and the result is a terrible transition from backswing to downswing.