Entries by Stephanie Carey

Would it have been a repeat for WOODS this weekend?

There is no Masters this week, but had it been played at Augusta National, Tiger Woods says he would have been there in good health and ready to go. Woods, who has not competed since Feb. 16 at the Genesis Invitational and missed at least two tournaments he would have normally played, told endorser GolfTV that he […]

Proper precautions when playing golf during the Coronavirus

Golf and Coronavirus: 11 things you should never do when playing golf The coronavirus has upended the world in a matter of weeks, devouring golf’s 2020 schedule and shuttering golfers indoors as they work-from-home. Yet playing golf is still very much on the table. Encouraged, even, but only if you take certain straightforward precautions. We have a big […]

Play smarter – Shoot lower scores

Use these 3 new-school tips to save strokes with science Golf’s best and brightest minds gathered at Pinehurst Resort for the GOLF Top 100 Teachers summit last fall. A distinguished collection of speakers shared new ideas and research with the nearly 200 coaches in attendance. Here’s what stood out: 1. Golden Scoring Rules Scott Fawcett, whose innovative DECADE game […]

The grip causes eternal fascination for golfers

How you can change your golf grip without even realizing it Editor’s Note: Baden Schaff has been a PGA teaching professional for 17 years and is the co-founder of Skillest, a digital platform that connects golf students with golf coaches across the world for online lessons. To learn more about Skillest and to book a […]

Only six months until Olympic Golf

Qualifying for the U.S. Olympic golf team: How to do it and Tiger’s chances The men’s Olympic golf tournament is still six months away, but Americans, including Tiger Woods, trying to grab one of the four spots available in the 60-player field are already in an intense battle to get to Tokyo, where the competition begins […]

Swinging the club from a solid base

Avoid this common mistake to create more power Look at old videos of the best swings of yesteryear, and you’ll likely see the golfer’s lead knee move toward the ball during the backswing. At the same time, the lead leg’s foot would roll inward and the heel would come off the ground. For the most […]

Love to Golf – February Specials

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2019 Rules Change brings painful incidents – see all 21!

The 21 (yes, 21!) most painful rules incidents of 2019 Between Phil Mickelson hitting a ball in motion, Joel Dahmen calling out the motivation of Sung Kang and Tiger Woods’ non-double hit at the Hero World Challenge, 2018 was a banner year for rules controversies. Surely, with the new, simplified Rules of Golf, 2019 had […]

Nine rules of thumb for the driving range

The Etiquetteist: 9 driving-range rules you absolutely must follow In golf, tireless tinkerers are known as ‘range rats.’ But even rats have social norms. Which brings us to this week’s etiquette rundown: nine rules of thumb for the driving range. 1. Mind Your Divots You’re here to practice, not to rototill the turf. Don’t tear up every […]