The world No.1 blends orthodox technique with his own unique moves, which require great flexibility and strength. However, there are bits of his swing that every golfer can borrow from to improve their own game.
If you are slicing the ball and finding it difficult to understand why then maybe it is due to how you are releasing the clubhead through impact.
Anybody can learn to be a great golfer if they have an understanding of a few simple concepts.
For a consistent, smooth putting stroke, the more reliable larger muscles in the shoulders and arms should be used.
Motion capture technology is helping Justin Rose change the spec of his clubs – and his shot shapes.
He may have contributed to a big opening day foursomes win, but American Presidents Cup star Jim Furyk missed some short-range putts en route to victory.
You might be missing putts with a good stroke simply because you are poorly aligned from the outset.
When it comes to getting out of greenside bunkers every time, there are some basic fundamentals you need to follow.
When the ball is above your feet, you should always grip down slightly so the clubhead bottoms out squarely at impact.
A good drill to help you feel the proper blend of turn and hinge is to practise the first part of the swing gripping cross-handed.
There are many and varied ways to putt. Cross-handed, claw grip, belly putter and long putter to name a few. There’s also the question whether the swing path is straight back, straight through or on an arc? No matter what style, grip or length of putter you choose, clubface control is paramount to good, consistent [...]
Using a sand or lob wedge for every greenside shot is not always the answer or low-risk play for getting up and down.
Most golfers practise more when they’re playing badly as opposed to when they’re striking the ball well.
Over the years I have been asked many times why a successful Tour pro would contemplate changing to a cross-handed putting grip.