The calendar is about to flip to 2015 and SwingFix instructor Tasha Browner wants to help you with your New Year's golf goals.
Football is a violent game, one filled with injuries. But when it comes to injuries, golfers of all ages and ability levels have issues of their own.
At this week's Ricoh Women's British Open, the players will hit the links, literally, and you can learn plenty by watching them go about their business.
Improving your golf game isn't always easy, but you can have more success by adding thought and effort into how you approach your practice sessions.
One of the biggest keys to solid ball-striking is proper posture, and on that front many golfers can learn from watching hockey's best players in action.
March Madness is upon us but that doesn't mean you can't work on your golf game. In fact, you can use the great John Wooden as inspiration.
What possibly could Super Bowl XLVIII and improvement in your golf game have in common? SwingFix pro Tasha Browner has that answer for you.
Repetition has merit but what will help you get the most out of your putting practice is creating pressure, as SwingFix instructor Tasha Browner explains.
The best way to improve your golf game is by using a system to practice, and SwingFix pro Tasha Browner has one that's sure to help your short game.
Ever wonder why you stripe it on the range and then it all falls apart on the course? SwingFix instructor Tasha Browner has the answer and the fix for you.