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Make every iron the same length with the same weight

The full story behind Bryson DeChambeau’s single-length iron revolution One of the most important developments in the recent history of golf club technology began with a single sentence buried in a cryptic tome. Homer Kelley’s 1969 book, The Golfing Machine—its pages bursting with insightful and highly technical swing treatises—has long thrilled and baffled readers. When he was […]

It’s all about the FedEx Cup this week

Some big names missing, but still big money ahead at Tour Championship The field for the Tour Championship is set, and why it is even being called that remains a bit of a mystery. It’s all about the FedEx Cup, the season-ending tournament on the PGA Tour schedule and the culmination of a three-tournament playoff […]

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Postitive Outlook for the Golf Industry

While golf participation is stable, Tiger effect gives industry a boost As golf industry leaders gathered in the nation’s capital Wednesday, there were likely self-congratulatory messages, obligatory selfies and a celebration by those who see further proof that they continue to grow the game. But there should also be a moment of thanks to the […]

Escape any bunker: How to get over a high lip

This might go against your instinct when you’re in a bunker with a high lip, but the last thing you want to do is try to help the ball over the lip. When you try to force it up and over, it almost always comes out lower and slams into the face. Instead, do what […]

Eight shots players face that might not capture our eye immediately.

Masters 2019: The eight most underrated shots at Augusta National Bob Jones once said of Augusta National, “We want to make bogeys easy if frankly sought, pars readily obtainable by standard good play, and birdies—except on par 5s—dearly bought.” And over the years Masters fans, both in person and via television have come to recognize […]

Uneven lies of the downhill variety

How to handle a downhill lie and hit the green If you play a lot of hilly courses, you’re already familiar with uneven lies, including those of the downhill variety. This tricky position—in which your leading foot is below your back foot at address—can be very challenging, especially from short fairway grass. To ensure solid […]