If you want to pound the ball off the tee, Brad Brewer is going to tell you why having a steady head is an imperative part of the equation.
If you complete your backswing with the club in a laid-off position, School of Golf host Martin Hall has a great tip to help you fix that problem.
There are plenty of different ways to swing the golf club but one thing that you typically see from better players is good balance and tempo.
If you have trouble making solid contact around the greens, SwingFix instructor Justin Bruton has some tips to help you improve your short game.
School of Golf host Martin Hall wants you to envision being in a swimming pool so you can stop casting the club and hit better iron shots.
If an outside takeaway has you fighting a slice, this video from top-100 instructor Brian Mogg is going to help you fix that common issue.
Drives of 300 yards and longer were the norm for Kevin Stadler in his first PGA Tour victory Sunday. Here's how you can create more speed in your golf swing.
If greenside bunker shots typically leave you gasping for air, this video from School of Golf host Martin Hall is going to be exactly what you need.
To chip the ball more effectively you need to make solid contact, and Brian Mogg is going to show you how a setup change can help you accomplish that.
As the saying goes, never up, never in, and in this video SwingFix pro Justin Bruton is going to help you get your putts to the hole with good speed.