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It’s a roll-out that would have made any brand proud. After months of meticulously dropping video swing glimpses and hints about his health, Tiger Woods is ready to show off his game for real. Well, sort of. The Hero World Challenge is Tiger’s own event—a limited-field exhibition benefitting his foundation on a tantalizingly forgiving layout
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The best way to improve your game is to figure out the areas where you need help and then go to work using a step-by-step approach. Pretty obvious, but worth mentioning because golfers usually get the process wrong. Most golfers love to chase the sexy skills—hitting it longer, playing a draw, etc. They skip around,
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Golf statistician Lou Riccio, who has been compiling data from average golfers for more than 30 years, says the ability to hit greens is by far the biggest determinant of a player’s score. Not driving distance, not putting—hitting good approach shots. Think about it . . . If you hit even a decent drive, the
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If you’re like a lot of golfers, the short game can be overwhelming. Every time you miss a green, you have so many little factors to consider—the lie, the trouble spots, the club, the swing. It’s not like grabbing your 7-iron from 140. It can be tough to commit to a shot and execute with
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If you look at ancient history in golf teaching—and by “ancient,” we mean 10 years ago—there were hints that the old green-grass, hands-on, eyes-on model was nearing its expiration date. Young people were less inclined to engage that way. Young, smart teachers were struggling to establish high profiles and fill their lesson books. The future
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If you struggle with those less-than-full wedge shots and feel like you never know how far the ball is going to go, try my simple plan to make this a strength of your game. It’s all about distance control. Look at the two mini swing sequences of me hitting wedge shots. I’m regulating my backswing
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