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Check out my downswing here. I call this the delivery position. The closer you get to impact, the less you can do—or undo—before you hit the ball. You’re basically on cruise control. That said, you can monitor this position when you practice. Swing down, stop here, and check three things. 1.) WEIGHT TO FRONT FOOTYou
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We all know that sharpening your short game is the smartest way to improve. Heck, you can even practice in your office. But even though the wedge and putter are the easiest clubs to swing, fittings are a rarity. Consider this: “More than 90 percent of golfers don’t have the right wedge lofts,” says Nick
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Welcome to the Dew Sweeper, your one-stop shop to catch up on the weekend action from the golf world. From the professional tours, trending news, social media headlines and upcoming events, here’s every golf-related thing you need to know for the morning of Aug. 20. Sneds returns to winner’s circle This time last year Brandt
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Until Saturday at the Indy Women in Tech Championship, Lexi Thompson’s return to the LPGA after a month-long self-imposed break to mentally re-charge had been seemingly uneventful. The tournament’s defending champion had shot a pair of 68s to jump up the leader board again at Brickyard Crossing Golf Club in Indianapolis. But during the third
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Every bad result in golf can be traced back to a root cause. If you’re struggling to hit accurate drives, the issue is a lack of clubface control. Many amateurs start their backswings by whipping the driver way inside the target line and opening the face. From there, they re-route the club on a looping
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Johnson Wagner didn’t hear no bell. The 38-year-old came into the regular-season finale at the Wyndham Championship ranked 136th in the FedEx Cup standings, needing to make the cut to harbor any chances of earning postseason entry—and more importantly, securing his tour card for next season. Following an even-par 70 in Round 1, that proposition
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ABOUT What does one of the tour’s bombers do on the range—driver after driver into the stratosphere? Hardly. Justin Thomas reveals that he spends up to 80 percent of his warm-up time hitting 8-iron or less. Like all long hitters, he knows his explosive natural power will get him closer to the green than most
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ABOUT A goal without a plan is nothing but a wish. You want your scores to come down, but to do it, you need a plan. Golf Digest 50 Best Teacher Hank Haney has been helping tour pros and average golfers get better for more than 30 years, and in this five-video series, he offers
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If you thought finding the perfect best-ball partner was hard, wait until the time comes when you feel you need to dump that person. Replacing one golf partner with another—firing one guy in favor of someone else is what it amounts to—is one of the most dreaded and difficult tasks in golf. It’s unsavory because,
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