Practice alone won't help you improve your golf game. As Ed Oldham explains, you have to practice the right way to get better results.
If you're not seeing as much improvement as you'd like in your golf game so far in 2014, maybe it's time to take a new approach.
Did your golf game improve in 2013? If the answer to that question is no, it's time for you to take an entirely new approach in 2014.
Everyone wants to shoot lower scores, and as SwingFix pro Ed Oldham explains, controlling your ball flight is a must when it comes to achieving that goal.
July 29 is National Chicken Wing Day, so why not eliminate that dreaded move from your golf swing and enjoy some for dinner on the same day?
Coming over the top is a problem that plagues so many golfers, but it's an issue that often can be cleaned up with better sequencing in the downswing.
SwingFix instructor Ed Oldham wants to help you lower your scores, and to accomplish that goal all you need to do is picture a stoplight when you play.
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.
Professional golf has its share of unusual swings, but as SwingFix pro Ed Oldham points out, all of those players are in complete control of their ball.
If like many golfers you have trouble taking your 'range' game to the golf course, SwingFix instructor Ed Oldham has some great advice for that problem.