INSTRUCTION CONTENTS : Your guide to the tips in this issue
For many beginning golfers, getting the ball in the air defies initial logic. Why do we have to hit down to make the ball go up? Longtime Golf Digest Teaching Professional Peter Kostis explores this subject like never before, starting on page 77. He’ll have your shots airborne quicker than you can say “down in front!” Not only will your shots fly farther, the drills he prescribes will straighten your ball flight as well. And that’s a combination we all can live with.
David Leadbetter says to think of “painting” your stroke to stop three-putting.
Tiger Woods gives you insight into his short-game magic.
A key to breaking 80: controlling the curvature of your shots.
LACK OF DISTANCE
To hit the ball farther, you need the right trajectory. Peter Kostis tells how. Also, in our 10 More Yards followup, how to cock your wrists correctly. And why the key to breaking 90 is more distance.
Scott Verplank show how to hit your pitches solid every time.
Senior tour sensation Bruce Fleisher reveals his keys to consistency, and Scott Davenport shows how to make a more consistent swing.
Stop slicing and break 80, by Scott Davenport. Plus, the cures to hit the ball higher will also fix your slice.
Justin Leonard and Tom Watson give you tips on improving your mental approach.
Peter Kostis shows how to hit the ball higher.
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