Where should my divots start?

Great ball-strikers all deliver the club on the ideal angle of attack. Steep enough to catch the ball first without being too steep and killing the flight. It’s a tricky balance. If you are looking to improve your ball-striking it is worth asking – where should my divots start? By…

Iron tips for low and mid handicappers

One of the best iron tips for low and mid handicappers relates to determining exactly how far you hit the ball. Some smart practice might just transform your scores next year – here’s how to do it. Head to the course while it is quiet and hit a shot from…

ways to get better at golf

Struggling to get your handicap down or just not scoring as low as you'd like to? Here are five ways to get better at golf

5 strange tour practice drills... Explained!

5 Strange Tour Practice Drills… Explained! As we strive to get better, golfers are prone to using practice drills to unlock that illusive, all-important movement. It doesn’t matter what it looks like as long as it works. Here are 5 Strange Tour Practice Drills… Explained! Alex Noren – Impact Drill…

How Tiger's swing has changed

In this special instruction piece, we recruited the help of Golf Monthly Top 25 Coach Dougie Bell to look at how Tiger’s swing has changed over the years. By taking a selection of still images from the year 2000, when Tiger was arguably at the pinnacle of his powers and…

Rickie Fowler's 90-minute warm-up plan for golf

The minutes before you tee off are crucial. Spend them wisely and you’ll be firing on all cylinders from the off, waste them and the whole round will be a struggle. Of course, preparing properly requires time and we understand that not many amateurs have enough spare to devote 90-minutes…

Iron Tips For High Handicappers

One thing you’ll notice if you ever watch top-level professional golf is how different the swings are. Players like Jason Day have techniques born from the pages of textbooks while others such as Jon Rahm are more individual. There is more than one way to swing a club successfully but…