Knowing how to hit a chip and run shot using an eight or nine iron is a useful trick to have in the bag. This shot is especially useful on links courses or for getting the ball near the pin on an elevated green.
Shorten your swing for more control and accuracy. Read more to discover how Butch Harmon helped tour professionals like Phil Mickelson to shorten their swing.
There's no such thing as a perfect putting grip, but most experts would agree that it pays to use a neutral grip which allows the hands to work together to bring the clubface back square to the target at impact.
When you're faced with a long shot off the fairway a wood will often provide the best solution to reach the pin. Lots of golfers struggle to be consistent with their woods, but gain confidence and you'll hit longer, straighter shots.