Johnny Miller struck his irons like few players ever have in this game. But he says we need to use our head as much as our clubs.
Watch how Rory McIroy hits the fairways on tough, blind shots.
Watch Paul Lawrie tell us his secret to successfully hitting shots in the wind. You know what the Scots say,”Nae wind, nae golf.”
Listen to Johnny Miller’s best swing tip ever: get that left shoulder back to where it started to flush your irons.
Try this drill and you may be putting like Jordan Spieth.
As we watch the pros at the Open Championship deal with the treacherous pot bunkers at Royal Troon, ’11 Champion Golfer of the Year, Darren Clarke shows us how to get out of those deep, straight faced, devilish bunkers.
Listen to the 2013 Champion Golfer of the Year as he tells us how to control the ball in the wind.
Listen to Butch Harmon as the top coach in the land tells you how to hit more greens.
Dustin Johnson has made his bones on letting his “big dawg eat.” But truth be told the 2016 U.S.Open Champion earns plenty of cash with his wedge game. As we saw at Oakmont (when the USGA wasn’t screwing up his deal) he can really do some damage with his short clubs. In fact he leads the PGA Tour in approaches from 50-125 yards and is second from 150-175. That’s a serious short game! Check out his wedge game tips.
With the torture test otherwise known as the U.S. Open right around the corner Phil Mickelson’s Deep Rough Tips are so very apropos. If Phil the Thrill is to finally break through and win that elusive Open title he’ll need to execute some shots like he demonstrates here. The rough is deep at Oakmont and deeper during the Open. Phil’s wedges will be seeing plenty of action. Watch and learn from the six time U.S. Open runner up.