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News flash: World No. 1 Dustin Johnson can absolutely crush a golf ball. Here are three tips from 2013 PGA National Teacher of the Year Lou Guzzi on how you can get more distance -- and accuracy -- off the tee.

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Eliminate a slice with the Pump Drill
The slice is the most common and frustrating swing problem in golf. PGA Professional Jim Estes shows how to cut that slice out of your swing by using his "pump drill."
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Driving accuracy: How to hit the ball straight
On tee shots, your goal is obviously to hit the fairway. PGA Professional Ron Philo Jr. explains how a proper stance and posture can help you hit the ball straighter as well as farther.
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Maximize your swing plane
PGA Professional Jonathan Gibbs shares a great tip you how to maximize your swing plane.
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Add Distance and Accuracy with Better Grip Pressure
Improving your grip pressure during your swing can also improve your distance and accuracy. Watch great instruction from PGA Professional Patrick Brosnihan, who explains how grip pressure affects your swing.
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More Power and Accuracy Off the Tee
Get more power and accuracy off the tee with a simple drill from PGA Professional Eric Hogge.
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More Power for Women Golfers
Suzy Whaley, PGA Director of Instruction at Suzy Whaley Golf, identifies some common problems with the swing and shows how women golfers can properly generate more power out of the golf swings.
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Hank Haney fixes my slice in minutes
Like most amateurs who don't play regularly -- and haven't had lessons from a PGA Professional -- I hit a left-to-right shot. Call it a cut, power fade, whatever. But I'm prone to the occasional ugly slice into the woods.
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Furyk's lesson: It's his game, not his swing
Jim Furyk's unorthodox swing may not be particularly "pretty" when compared to a classic swing: the likes of, say, a Bobby Jones or a Ben Hogan. But here's the thing -- it's been pretty effective for Furyk, who won Sunday's RBC Heritage playoff at Harbour Town.
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Increase accuracy off the tee
Chris Czaja, PGA Teaching Professional at Boca West CC, offers advice on how to hit the ball with more control and find the fairway more successfully.
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Golf Woosh Drill: How to hit the ball farther
Holly Taylor, Head PGA Professional at the PGA Golf Club, offers a drill to help ensure that you'll generate the proper swing speed for optimal distance.
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Choosing the right golf ball
Brandel Chamblee and Rick Martino talk about a number of possibilities of golf balls for use, and PGA Teacher of the Year Laird Small demonstrates the difference between distance and spin balls and the performance characteristics of both.
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A Lesson Learned: Draw it for distance
This year's Honda Classic had seemingly more wrecks then a NASCAR race, but it sure was interesting to watch. Congratulations to Russell Henley for surviving - and thriving when it mattered most - to win this year's championship.
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Solve Your Slice Problem
Do you have tendency to slice to golf ball? You're not alone. PGA Professional Eric Hogge offers a quick tip to think about during your swing that may help fix one of the most common trouble areas.
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Golf tips for women: More powerful swings
Suzy Whaley, Teaching Professional at TPC River Highlands, identifies some common problems with the swing and shows how women golfers can properly generate more power out of the golf swings.
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Good hip and shoulder exercises for golf swings
David Donatucci, Director of Fitness for the PGA of America, demonstrates some exercises that can benefit your hip and shoulder turn.
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Getting More Distance off the Tee
Suzy Whaley, Teaching Professional at TPC River Highlands, demonstrates how to get into the proper athletic position and shift your body during the swing to maximize distance.
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Golf warmups: Swing routine tips from PGA Professional
National PGA Teacher of the Year Gary Wiren offers a great warm-up routine by making half swings with two wedges, then gradually increasing to full swings, and stretching with your driver behind lower back and shoulders.
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Improve distance and accuracy in golf
Kevin Weeks, Director of Instruction at Cog Hill, offers advice to improve your distance and accuracy by enhancing your shoulder rotation while maintaining correct balance and impact position.
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