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Tip of the Week: Start slowly to create more power

If you want to rip the driver like Bubba Watson, having a violent takeaway isn't the answer, as Michael Breed explains in this video segment.

Keep those big numbers off your card like Hoffman

Charley Hoffman made nothing worse than bogey in winning at Mayakoba. When was the last time you didn't have a double on your card?

Tip of the Week: Alter practice, warm-up approach

If you don't practice and warm up like you play, SwingFix instructor Justin Bruton says you need to alter that approach as soon as possible.

Get the job done in style out of the sand like Bubba

Bubba Watson's miraculous sand shot on the 18th hole lifted him to the win at the HSBC Champions. Is your bunker game in need of some work?

Tip of the Week: How to hit fairway woods better

In this video segment, School of Golf host Martin Hall is going to show you how PGA Tour stars like Sergio Garcia hit their fairway woods.

Perform under pressure by blocking out distractions

Ryan Moore was clutch under pressure en route to winning the CIMB Classic. How do you fare on the course when the pressure is on?

Tip of the Week: Work the ball in both directions

Corey Pavin always has been a master of working the golf ball, and he has some tips in this video to help you hit fades and draws when you need them.

Take advantage of the par 3s to make more birdies

A pinpoint iron shot on the par-3 17th lifted Robert Streb to victory at the McGladrey. Are you taking advantage of par-3s when you play?

Tip of the Week: Think 'back turn' for more power

If you want to drive the ball longer and straighter, thinking about a back turn instead of a backswing might just be the answer.

Contact, tempo key to holing long putts like Martin

Ben Martin's 46-foot bomb for eagle on the 16th hole Sunday propelled him to first PGA Tour win. When was the last time you made a 46-footer?