It’s said that golf architects were inspired to design bunkers by the hollows animals such as sheep created for protection against the elements.
Break the old rule on firm wrists.
An important part of playing a successful greenside bunker shot is to have a high, soft, trajectory with a spin on the ball to control its roll after it hits the green.
Tour pro gets mud all over himself for the purpose of this funny instruction video, and we’re cracking up after watching it
Len Mattiace showed a total disregard for the state of his wardrobe.
A lesson from putting guru Dave Stockton to take into the weekend.