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Fairway-bunker shots are often the toughest shots for most amateurs. It’s easy to catch the ball a bit heavy, leaving you short of the green and putting you in scramble mode. And it’s just as easy to catch it thin, which can lead to real disaster if the ball stays in the bunker, setting up
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Sergio’s never been one to speak technically about his swing, but we’ve managed to compile some tips from him over the years. Here are what we deem the six most valuable. Check them out and see if you can apply them to your game: When you’re putting, don’t overthink it. As evidenced by his unorthodox
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Tiger Woods’ willingness and ability to shape approach shots has been unparalleled throughout his 20-plus-year career. Hardly any two iron shots look the same—Woods is always trying to achieve a specific ball flight that best fits the shot at hand. And it’s not just draws and fades; Woods constantly varies trajectory, too, which he says
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When you beat Winged Foot into submission with 375-yard tee shots like Bryson DeChambeau did, it’s easy to overlook some of the more subtle skills he brings to the table, like putting. DeChambeau ranked 18th in strokes gained/putting for the week, and in the recently completed 2019-‘20 season, DeChambeau ranked 10th on tour in that
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Golf has become increasingly numbers-oriented. With the ubiquity of launch monitors and force plates and advanced statistics, pros have more hard data than ever at their disposal. But for Tiger Woods, it’s never just about the numbers. In Episode 4 of My Game: Tiger Woods—Shotmaking Secrets, presented by Geico, he gives insight into his unique
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The 2020 FedEx Cup champion doesn’t have what would seem to be the most copyable swing. Dustin Johnson used it to go low at East Lake and win by three over Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele. But even if you can’t get your left wrist into Johnson’s signature position at the top, you can pick
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The concept for Golf Digest Schools, a video-on-demand instruction program, is to bring together the best experts in the game to create comprehensive how-to video series and to make it all available to golfers anytime, anywhere. The content ranges from short clips on playing specific shots to step-by-step videos on improving a skill, like driving
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Rahm’s birdie putt was not only impressive because of the distance, but also because of the slope and speed. When asked about his approach to the putt, Rahm said that he focused solely on speed to give himself a good shot. Instead of overthinking the putt, he simplified his approach, and it’s what helped him
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Tiger Woods has won golf tournaments all around the world, in all types of conditions, on all sorts of courses. But there’s one style of golf that he prefers more than any other. “If Tiger could, he’d play most tournaments like he’s playing at St. Andrews all the time.” That checks out—Woods has won two
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These days on tour, hitting up on the ball is all the rage. In an effort to optimize launch conditions and increase carry distances, players are teeing the ball up higher than ever and sending balls soaring to 150-plus-foot apexes. Tiger Woods prefers to go about it a different way with his self-titled “slap slice.”
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