As anyone who has ever picked up a club will know, golf is one of the toughest sports you can play. Of course, this also makes it one of the most rewarding and explains why so many of us get addicted. There is no hiding however from the fact that to get more from the game, you need to devote time to it in practice. The tips section of the Golf Monthly website is packed full of the best advice in the game. From driving it longer and straighter to developing a deft touch around the greens, we have every aspect of the game covered. We also have a library of video tips from the Golf Monthly Top 25 coaches to bring you the best possible advice. Let our tips section become your guide to better golf this year!

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Jordan Spieth's incredible putting technique

If you are looking for a textbook illustration for how to stand to a golf ball with a putter in your hand, Jordan Spieth is your man. This is the cornerstone of Jordan Spieth’s incredible putting technique. He is perfectly square with his feet alignment matching his clubface. The ball…

7 Tour Player Practice Tips

Does your practice routine need some structure and focus? Here are 7 tour player practice tips to help you improve the quality of your golf from tee-to-green. 1 T-Bar Drill Even at the highest level, every golf swing is different. However, one thing that remains consistent among all good players…

8 quickest ways to improve at golf

There is no doubt that golf is a sport that rewards hard work and dedication. The more focused effort you put in, the greater rewards. However, improving your handicap doesn’t always require endless hours on the range. Here we have come the 8 quickest ways to improve at golf to…

How to prevent early extension in the golf swing

Before we answer the question about how to prevent early extension in your golf swing it makes sense to underline exactly what an ‘early extension’ is. This term refers to a loss of spine angle through the hitting area. As the player comes down towards impact, the hips move closer…