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Butch Harmon: My Best Tips For Driving - Golf Digest

Butch Harmon: My Best Tips For Driving - Golf Digest

How do Tour players shoot in the 60s on the toughest courses in the world? Practice plays a big part. So do the natural gifts. But there's more to it than that. Pros possess the secrets—the closely held keys to full-swing and short-game success—that most everyday players never hear about. Here are some of their best from 2014.

How do Tour players shoot in the 60s on the toughest courses in the world? Practice plays a big part. So do the natural gifts. But there's more to it than that. Pros possess the secrets—the closely held keys to full-swing and short-game success—that most everyday players never hear about. Here are some of their best from 2014.

Sean Foley: Your New Bunker Setup: Golf Digest

Sean Foley: Your New Bunker Setup: Golf Digest

Slideshow: Arnold Palmer's Timeless Tips | Golf Digest

Slideshow: Arnold Palmer's Timeless Tips | Golf Digest

You don't have to change your swing to hit draws or fades.

You don't have to change your swing to hit draws or fades.

Be aware of the laws of flight when it comes to #golf #balls and specific hits.

Be aware of the laws of flight when it comes to #golf #balls and specific hits.

Coeur D'Alene GC, Coeur d'Alene, ID - worked for Disney for 22 years and the course is better manicured than both parks - Orlando, or Anaheim.  The green is massive and can be moved from 95 to 200 yards, but averages about 145.  Yep, missed it both times I played it.  Driving range is into the water with floating balls.  Lovely place.

Coeur D'Alene GC, Coeur d'Alene, ID - worked for Disney for 22 years and the course is better manicured than both parks - Orlando, or Anaheim. The green is massive and can be moved from 95 to 200 yards, but averages about 145. Yep, missed it both times I played it. Driving range is into the water with floating balls. Lovely place.

STRAIGHT HITTER: Get Narrow to Go Long To get your clubhead on the correct wide-to-narrow path, try the following: Set up several feet from a wall (or bush) so that the clubhead nearly brushes it on the way back. Take several practice swings, just missing the wall as you swing halfway back and then clearing it by 1 or 2 feet coming down. To create the extra lag, you need to start down with your lower body and then let the hands and arms whip through last.

STRAIGHT HITTER: Get Narrow to Go Long To get your clubhead on the correct wide-to-narrow path, try the following: Set up several feet from a wall (or bush) so that the clubhead nearly brushes it on the way back. Take several practice swings, just missing the wall as you swing halfway back and then clearing it by 1 or 2 feet coming down. To create the extra lag, you need to start down with your lower body and then let the hands and arms whip through last.

As David Leadbetter shows, pretend you have symbols on each knee and clash those cymbals together on the downswing.

As David Leadbetter shows, pretend you have symbols on each knee and clash those cymbals together on the downswing.

Private Lessons From Golf Magazine

Private Lessons From Golf Magazine