Practice in front of a mirror to maintain your posture throughout the backswing.
We factor grain into our putts but how about when we’re just off the green?
A drill to return the clubface to square at impact By Mike Kinloch For golfers struggling to control the flight and curve of their shots, particularly those who hit slices, I ...
Why the waistcoat I hear you ask? Rest assured it’s not my normal on-course attire but in an effort to prove not all old-school methods are out of date, I dug it out of my wardrobe as a prop for this swing tip.
That 300-yard drive is satisfying but counts the same as a three-footer and we bet you find missing ta short putt a whole lot more frustrating than just missing a fairway? If so, watch this video to starting holing more putts today.
Fight the urge to use the same club when the correct flight is so important to great chipping.
Grab two tees and a dirham for stress-free hole outs
Justin Parsons assisted 2011 champion Charl Schwartzel at The Masters. Here the Butch Harmon School of Golf Dubai director of instruction shares lessons from Augusta National that you can help your game.
Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club teaching pro Jack Woods shows you how to knock those nervy downhill chips close
Try my keys for hitting great wedges.
A frequent problem I encounter with amateur golfers working on their bunker game is the way in which they approach the shot...
If every bunker were exactly the same, mastering the green side escape would be a cinch. Unfortunately this is not the case in the real world...
This drill will guarantee you have the traits required to hit a draw
Here’s the correct backswing movement for consistently crisp ball striking
The bunker shot is one many amateurs find difficult to conceptualise but here's a tip to take your sand game to the next level.
When people analyze my swing, they always focus on my footwork. I get it. It’s the most noticeable thing. I’m sure your eyes are drawn to it in these photos.
You don’t need superpowers to hit better shots. By Matthew Rudy On paper, Quail Hollow looks like a bomber’s paradise. It says 7,600 yards on the card, but damp fairways and ...
“The biggest problem with irons? Poor rhythm. Don’t rush the swing.” By Rafa Cabrera Bello Photos by Dom Furore I lost the Hong Kong Open in December by one shot, but ...