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How A Doorframe Can Help Your Golf Swing

Learn how to turn back, not sway. By Keely Levins Let’s talk about hip turn. James Kinney, one of our Golf Digest Best Young Teachers and Director of Instruction at GolfTec Omaha, says that from the data GolfTec has collected, they’ve found lower handicap golfers have a more centered lower body at the top of the swing. Meaning, […]

Trump Played a Round with Woods & Nicklaus

By Josh Dawsey West Palm Beach, Fla. — President Trump golfed with professionals Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus on Saturday, ending the longest stretch of his presidency without a round at one of his courses. The White House is usually reluctant to confirm the president is golfing. But on Saturday, aides alerted reporters that Trump […]

Can Meditation Make You A Better Golfer?

An experiment with three golfers revealed the practice can make a difference. Just not the one you might expect By Sam Weinman few months ago Golf Digest set out to answer a question almost as old as the game itself: does alcohol make you play better, or worse? The experiment and resulting video with three too-eager participants, was […]

Justin Rose Wins Farmers Insurance Open

Justin Rose overcame a few nervous moments early in the final round with enough key putts down the stretch for a 3-under 69 to hold off Adam Scott and win the Farmers Insurance Open on Sunday. Rose had a three-shot lead shrink to a single shot when he opened with three bogeys in five holes, […]

10 Best Golf Swing Tips!

1. Keep Your Hands Low Limiting the height of the followthrough will effectively reduce the height of your shots. The lower the hands, the lower the ballflight. Moving the ball back in your stance or choosing a stronger club and trying to swing easy are other ways to accomplish the same thing, but they’re less […]

Adam Long Wins Desert Classic

Even Adam Long wasn’t certain where he stood after hitting his approach into the Desert Classic’s final hole. Winning wasn’t at the top of his mind when he teed off in Sunday’s final group with Phil Mickelson and Adam Hadwin. A top-10 finish, and a spot in next week’s event, would have been nice. Long […]

Keep Your Golf Resolutions in 2019

5 Tips To Help You Keep Your Golf Resolutions in 2019 The new year has arrived and a lot of you golfers out there might be uttering the words, “new year, new me.” Most of us make New Year’s resolutions and, unfortunately, most of us fail to see them through for all 365 days. If […]

Jason Day’s 3 Keys To Better Golf

There are times when we all make this game too complicated. That’s why I started this article with a simple thought: Send it, then hole it. I’m not saying golf is easy, but I find that if you simplify your keys to executing all the main shots, you’ll stop playing golf swing and start playing […]

Rose Takes Over as World No. 1

Six days into 2019 and there’s already a new World No. 1 in men’s golf. Brooks Koepka needed to finish in a two-way tie for eighth or better at the Sentry Tournament of Champions to hold on to the top spot that he had occupied for the past six weeks. But an opening-round 76 at […]

The 10 Greatest Things That Could Happen in Golf in 2019

The end of the year is a time to look back and evaluate all that transpired in the previous 12 months, and though the internet is littered with “best of” lists, let’s be honest: a decent share of our assessments are based in regret—things that could have happened, that nearly happened, but in the end […]