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Hockey drill to cure your slice
The most frequent driving problem is the dreaded slice. Steve Bosdosh, PGA Director of Instruction at The Members Club at Four Streams, shows you a simple drill to fix your slice once and for all.
If you're serious about becoming a better golfer, you need to find the right instructor. But how do you do that? PGA Master Professional John Hughes shares some thoughts on how to find the right one for you.
Sometimes the bravest play is the most conservative one, says PGA Professional Jon C. Wright. John Merrick proved that on Sunday, keeping his ego in check and laying up on the drivable 10th hole to win his first PGA Tour event.
Too many people play a hybrid like a driver or fairway wood. It is neither. And as PGA professional Rob Labritz illustrates, how you position the ball in your stance with a hybrid could make all the difference.
Golf can always be distracting. But when you're playing somewhere like Pebble Beach or playing with a larger-than-life celebrity like Bill Murray, it's easy to forget what you're doing. PGA Professional Pat Jones explains how to play your game.

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