Entries by Stephanie Carey

Squat For Power

By: Sean Foley Tiger’s dip can add distance to your game Nod of approval: Tiger’s head dips as a result of squatting. Then he pushes up to create power. One of golf’s oldest clichés is “maintain your posture” throughout the swing. The in-tent of the message is good: To help amateurs avoid rising out of the […]

Steal Bryson DeChambeau’s secret to swing consistency

Get better swing plane where it matters, near the ball By Matthew Rudy The same few words seem to pop up when describing Bryson DeChambeau’s game: Unique, quirky, or even strange. What isn’t strange are the results. DeChambeau won his third career PGA Tour event at the Northern Trust, smashing the field by four shots with […]

How To Cure The Shanks

The fix for golf’s worst shot By Keely Levins We know, we know. You don’t even want to talk about the shanks for fear bringing the subject up will cause you to catch them. But like it or not, you might find yourself in a situation where you’re going to want to know a solution. Though […]

How A Doorframe Can Help Your Golf Swing

Learn how to turn back, not sway. By Keely Levins Let’s talk about hip turn. James Kinney, one of our Golf Digest Best Young Teachers and Director of Instruction at GolfTec Omaha, says that from the data GolfTec has collected, they’ve found lower handicap golfers have a more centered lower body at the top of the swing. Meaning, […]

Take a ‘lie-detector’ test to improve your short game

By: Dave Pelz One of the things that separates Tour players from the rest of us is that the former are intimately familiar with their games. They know how different shots will unfold regardless of where the ball is sitting, especially around the green (where difficult lies abound). Not surprisingly, that’s where weekend players tend […]