Every golfer wants more distance off the tee, but many are robbed of the power they’d like because their bodies don’t work correctly in the swing.
If you asked the average golfer to play word association and pick the first word that came to their mind when it comes to the British Open, wind would be a popular answer.
The British Open returns to storied Muirfield this week, and as is the case at this event every year, effectively dealing with the winds that come when playing links golf will be crucial.
If your swing is significantly off plane at the top of your backswing, you’re either going to be laid off or across the line.
The wet, thick rough at this week’s U.S. Open at Merion will mean many players won’t be able to get their approach shots to the putting surface when they miss fairways off the tee.