How a Pipe Cleaner Saved My Career

It had been nearly a year since I picked up a club, and things were as rusty as they’d ever been. Luckily, handicaps are more difficult to raise than they are to lower. I wasn’t upset. I’d spent the last 8 months at home working in the F&B industry after a less than desirable performance during … Continue reading How a Pipe Cleaner Saved My Career »

The #1 SURE-FIRE Drill to Fix the Putting Yips

Ever struggled with the putting yips? This one comes straight from a recent DLG Performance Center Inquiry we received and because it’s such a common (and devastating problem plaguing so many golfers), we wanted to share the solution with the rest of the golfing world.  You’re standing there, about to pull the trigger on a putt … Continue reading The #1 SURE-FIRE Drill to Fix the Putting Yips »

Fix the Flip: Save A Scorecard

If you’re a golfer, you’ve probably been told at one point or another  “you flipped it!” Do you know why “flipping” causes inconsistent contact? Do you want to learn how to stop flipping the golf club? Lucky for you, we’ve got less than a five-minute read and a simple and easy golf drill that’ll put an end … Continue reading Fix the Flip: Save A Scorecard »

“I know things about Tiger that nobody knows.” – Sean Foley

SEAN FOLEY is one of those guys who you figure might brush you off when you introduce yourself.  He’d say something polite like:  “Nice to meet you. Hey, thanks for coming.” “Want me to sign?” “I’ve gotta run, but it was cool talking with you.”  After all, he was walking with “Rosey” (as Sean affectionately calls him), … Continue reading “I know things about Tiger that nobody knows.” – Sean Foley »

The 5 Best Foolproof Tips on Hitting the “Hero” Shot from The Pines (You Know You Want To)

Anybody who’s had the pleasure of playing this marvelous game of golf has realized it’s not always all about fairways and green grasses.  More than a time or two, you’ve ended up in the pines, oaks, willows, or maples.  It’s almost as imminent as Jason Day winning the FedEx Cup this year.  Inevitably, you’ll take out … Continue reading The 5 Best Foolproof Tips on Hitting the “Hero” Shot from The Pines (You Know You Want To) »

#1 Quick Tip To Finish Off The “Fat Shot” Forever (using a camera angle you’ve never really thought about)

It happens to the best of us. Heck, it even happens on tour every now and again. You’ve got a wedge in your hand and you’re staring down the pin from 70-80 yards. Knock it close, and you’ve got a chance to roll in a birdie to go one-up in the match. It’s pretty much teed … Continue reading #1 Quick Tip To Finish Off The “Fat Shot” Forever (using a camera angle you’ve never really thought about) »

The 3 Things to Absolutely Avoid When Playing Golf With A Stranger

You’re standing on the practice green waiting to rip it, and the starter calls for a single to jump in your group. Most of you say “no problem, bring ’em on!” And the beauty of this sacred game against all others is its propensity to encourage new relationships and challenge the instinctual inclination to stay with our herd. Let’s … Continue reading The 3 Things to Absolutely Avoid When Playing Golf With A Stranger »

10 Easy Ways to Play Better Golf in 2016

Hey there Dirt-Nation, Punxsutawney Phil said spring is right around the corner. Now, given the varmint has been wrong 15 times and right 13 times over the last 28 years, you’re probably better off flipping a coin. He does have a unique ability to gather the masses, though.  As you prepare for this upcoming season, … Continue reading 10 Easy Ways to Play Better Golf in 2016 »

Why Golfers Slice the Ball: And the Foolproof Method to Stop the Embarrassment

Whether it’s a chronic issue or not, chances are it has happened to you on the golf course. You’re standing on the tee box, ready to pelt one out there down the middle and then the most horrible thing in the world happens. BIG BANANA SLICE Not only is it horrible for your score, but … Continue reading Why Golfers Slice the Ball: And the Foolproof Method to Stop the Embarrassment »