If you're in a golf league or just get out on the links on the weekend, you'd probably like to shave a few strokes off your score (I'd like to shave a few dozen strokes off mine). One way to do that is by improving your chip shots. Help is on the way!
I'm not much of a golfer - a lefty who played badly in his teens and got much worse in his adult golf game. Luckily, I keep finding helpful videos from some of the best golfers to give some free advise. Today, a free golf lesson on hitting from a downhill lie.
We're in the middle of golf season here in central New York, and if you're heading out to the links or participate in a golf league, here's a free tip that may save you some strokes. Watch one of the best golf instructors show you how to hit from an uphill lie.
If you're a Saturday afternoon golfer or in a weeknight golf league, you may be looking for ways to cut strokes from your game. One of my biggest problems as a golfer (other than the entire game of golf) is topping the ball, especially fairway woods. Here's a brief video lesson how to stop topping that three-wood shot.
I'm not much of a golfer. In fact I thought it was a big deal when I broke 100 (for the front nine). But for years, everyone told me that you can cut some serious strokes from your score if you improve your putting. So, here's a free lesson from one of the best.
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