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Hit from Downhill Lies By MiloS

Hitting from a downhill lie requires a couple of simple adjustments. First, understand the ball will come out lower than usual and also your swing arc will bottom out sooner relative to your stance line. Like a lot of challenging situations...

How to Vary Your Loft on Pitch Shots By MiloS

A bag full of wedges has become the status quo. Most touring pros carry at least three and it's not uncommon to see four wedges depending on the golf course. This has filtered down to the ranks and now many players feel they have to complete t...

Hitting from Uphill Lies By MiloS

Hitting from an uphill lie presents the opposite challenges of hitting downhill.First, it is important to note, that the ball will come out on a higher trajectory than one from a level lie and your club will contact the ground later in relati...

A Slice is Good? - Using a Slice to Your Advantage By Joe Sullivan

I get many e-mails from golfers who are frustrated with their slice. They are fed up and will do whatever it takes to be able to hit a nice draw down the fairway. And certainly I understand where they are coming from. A slice is a nuisance. However, …

Consistantly Hitting the Ball Low By Joe Sullivan

Becoming a low-ball hitter is a great way to improve your accuracy. I don't mean just hitting a knock down into the wind either. I mean having a consistently low trajectory to your shots. Ben Hogan was a low-ball hitter in his day. Hal Sutton is a lo…

Hitting it Low for a Single Shot By Joe Sullivan

There are many times during a round of golf when you need to hit the ball low. Maybe it's a shot into the wind. Maybe there is an opening in front of the green. Maybe the pin is set way back. But it seems that no matter what the reason for the shot, …

Slicing: What Causes It & How To Correct It By Thomas Tetrault, PGA Pro

Four of the main causes of slicing are:

Why Hooks Fly Low and Slices Fly High By Tom Ward

Hooks fly low and slices fly high because of the different type of spin the ball has coming off the clubface.