If you want to maximize both distance and accuracy with every club in your bag, eliminating tension from your grip is an absolute must.
If you want to play your best golf you not only need to deal with pressure on the course, you also have to learn to embrace it like the game's greatest players.
Everyone knows that you need speed in your swing to create power. But do you know at which point in your swing you need to maximize that speed?
Every player you watch at the British Open this weekend will have a consistent pre-shot routine, and if you don't have one that's a major mistake.
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?
Having good speed on the greens is crucial in golf, and SwingFix pro Bernard Sheridan says that process starts with finding your personal putting tempo.
SwingFix instructor Bernard Sheridan has some great advice to help you be more accurate on the golf course, and it starts with being target-oriented.
SwingFix instructor Bernard Sheridan has a great drill that you can utilize on the range to improve your distance control and feel, especially with your irons.
Brandon is struggling with hooks and pushes and SwingFix pro Bernard Sheridan shows him in this swing analysis what's causing the problem.
SwingFix instructor Bernard Sheridan explains a proper impact positions and tells you what that means for your divots.