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Fri, 8 September 2017

From The Fairway

Golf Instructional Videos


Kevyn Cunningham

Knockdown shots are typically played with the ball farther back in the golfer's stance and with a shorter backswing.

Matt Stewart

Just like a bunker shot, you want to hit slightly behind the ball and use the rough as a springboard.

Rob Derring

The downhill lie is probably the most difficult sloping lie for amateur golfers. There's a tendency to hit the ball thin or fat.

Joel Rasho

Here's another take on hitting from downhill lie - probably the most difficult lie for amateur golfers.

Hitting From Pine Straw

Hitting from pine straw can be tricky, both for your stance and for making contact with the ball.

Tom Velarde

Knockdown shots are typically played with the ball farther back in the golfer's stance, and with a shorter backswing.

Nicole Weller

There are some things to consider that should lead to you playing a more consistent golf fairway shot - preparation.

JD Turner

Hinging is important for us to relax the arms and allows us to pick up clubhead speed.

Matt Hibbs

Try hitting the fairway bunker shot the same may you would an iron shot from the fairway.