Learn more about the linear patterns used on fairways where tee shots are designed to land.
Taking a good divot after you hit the ball is proof that you made a good strike.
Hitting from a downslope is one of the most challenging shots. The result can be an off balance swing and a topped shot.
Imagine your golf ball landing about twenty feet behind the pin--and then as if by magic, it draws back near the cup. The ability to make a golf ball back up is especially helpful when the pin is close to the front of the green or right behind a sand trap. You probably don't ...