Dealing with the Putting Yips

Golf is a challenging game all on its own, but when you unexpectedly get the yips, it makes you want to store your clubs in the corner and leave the game to the pros.  Whether you know it as freezing, the waggles, the staggers, the jerks, whiskey fingers, or most commonly today, the yips, you’ll…

How to Pick the Right Putter

It has been argued that the putter is the most important club in your golf bag and that 43% of all strokes in an average game are done with the putter. If that is the case, then it is important to make sure you have the right one! But where do you start?   Know…

Finding Your Way Out of the Sand

As a golfer there is nothing more satisfying than a solid drive from the Tee, long and straight down the fairway. However, for the majority of amateur golfers facing that shot from a greenside sand trap is scary and often a frustrating experience. Understanding the proper technique and approaching it with a positive mindset will…

How to Develop Your Short Game

The best rounds of golf have many elements that must come together. Many Golfers are good at one aspect of the game, but struggle with another. The short game is one area that often needs improvement. Here are some things to consider, to help you make the most of your short game the next time…

What Pro Golfers Know About Putting

When golf is your day job and you’re competing against seasoned professionals, every part of your game has to be strong. That is why the pros invest a higher percentage of their practice time on short game and putting practice than amateurs do. Catch one of them for a few minutes to talk about putting,…