Entries by Stephanie Carey

Father’s Day Sale

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Don’t fear the downhill, left-to-right putts

Don’t fear the downhill, left-to-right putts By: Matt Killen You took care of what you thought was the hard part. You split the fairway with your best drive of the day and managed to hit the green in regulation—with a 4-iron no less! Your reward? Your ball is now above the hole, and there appears […]

How to hit Jordan Spieth’s favorite chip shot

How to hit Jordan Spieth’s favorite chip shot By Jordan Spieth and with Max Adler I’ve heard it said that a chip shot is a miniature version of a full swing. I couldn’t disagree more. Some of the same fundamentals apply, sure, but chipping has way more going on. I have one basic full swing […]

When the Chipping Gets Rough

When the Chipping Gets Rough By Butch Harmon All too often amateurs have one basic chipping stroke, and they use it no matter the lie. I’m all for keeping it simple on standard chips, but you have to adapt to different lies. When you try to force a technique, you get in trouble. Let’s look […]

Butch Harmon’s two-step slice fix

Butch Harmon’s two-step slice fix Two simple fixes for a better ball flight By Butch Harmon When I meet golfers who’ve been struggling with a slice since day one, I know I’m going to have some fun. Why? Because I can straighten their ball flight, even teach them to hit a draw, in a matter […]

John Rahm: Low Scores Start Maxing Out Your Drives

John Rahm: Low Scores Start with Maxing Out Your Drives By John Rahm There might be some par 4s where it makes sense to tee off with a 3-wood or an iron, but it’s rare to see me using anything but driver. I’m more comfortable with it. When it comes to scoring, I’d rather hit […]