The key to being a good bunker player is to take a consistent amount of sand. Always having the same sized splash around the ball will make it far easier for you to control the distance but how big should that splash be and how much sand should I take…
If you want to improve the quality of your ball-striking, it makes sense to find the low point in your golf swing. Understand where the club is at its lowest and you’ll know exactly where to position the ball for crisp, pure contacts. It’s crucial if you want to shoot…
Paul Foston talks through how to create lag in your swing and gain more yards off the tee.
Golf Monthly Top 25 coach John Jacobs has some advice on creating lag and how it can help you hit the ball further and more solid.
Golf Monthly top 25 coach John Jacobs explains the correct angle of attack
For consistent driving it's crucial to get the fundamentals right starting with the grip of your golf club
Golf Monthly Top 25 coach John Jacobs talks through some simple tips to help you improve your greenside bunker distance control.
Golf Monthly top 25 coach John Jacobs explains shaping shots on the range