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Breaking 90 is no easy task. Here are 10 tips from a former D1 college golfer on how to do it.
What is Aimpoint Express? Major champions like Adam Scott are using the system, but is it suitable for the average golfer? Here's what you need to know.
This post demonstrates two different takeaway methods used by PGA Tour players, and explains why they are both acceptable takeaway methods.
Learn what a linear putter is, what a non-linear putter is, and how knowing your preference can improve your green reading and putting in general.
There are a lot of criticisms of the Stack and Tilt swing, but certainly not much clarity on the subject. In this post, I would like to sort through these misconceptions.
Learn the positions of the golf swing
Struggling to break 90 consistently?
As a former D1 collegiate golfer, I‘ve laid out everything I know and packaged it up into a 12-week program you can follow at your own pace.
Learn to practice more effectively
Maximize your practice sessions with The DIY Golfer's proven strategies, discovering effective drills, training methods, and mental approaches to optimize your golf practice.
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Some popular posts on practicing
Tired of seeing your game get worse during the winter? Here are 4 ways to overcome this, and be ready when springtime comes!
Sometimes, it seems like our practice is making us worse, and for good reason. If you don't know what to practice and when, you might actually be making yourself worse rather than better.
Learn the types of swing changes you can make, and how to make them without losing the ability to play good golf.
When I first started playing, I often wondered whether hitting off mats was bad for my game? This post explores some of the upsides and downsides to practicing golf on mats.
Learn how to analyze your own swing so you can quickly diagnose and solve your swing faults on the spot.
One of the best ways to integrate positions into your golf swing is by making a slow motion swing. Quit searching for crazy training aids because this drill works.
Learn the golf swing
Unlock the secrets of a perfect golf swing with The DIY Golfer, exploring in-depth articles that demystify the art of swinging for the fences. Learn how to hit the ball farther, straighter, and more consistently.
The Foundations of the Golf Swing
In this free instructional series, you‘ll learn the core principles of the golf swing from the lens of The Golfing Machine, a legendary book that has inspired golf instruction across the globe for decades.Read series
The Golfing Machine by Homer Kelley is like reading a foreign language. It took me several reads before fully understanding it and I don't want that same painful experience for you!
The flying wedges are a Golfing Machine concept that will help you make more solid contact every time.
This post explores all of the factors which contribute to ball-position as well as some common misconceptions of ball position.
Fix your slice in 3 days
In this FREE, mini video series, I walk through the primary cause of inconsistent golf and how you can fix it today.
Buy the best equipment
Make informed choices for the best golf equipment with The DIY Golfer, offering insider reviews, recommendations, and tips to maximize your performance and enjoyment.
The Ultimate Equipment Buying Guide
A golf store can be an intimidating place. In this series, I‘ll walk you through the process of buying golf clubs, from the basics of club fitting to the best places to buy clubs online.Read series
Having a 3-wood that you can trust is a massive advantage in golf. Most golfers do not utilize their 3-woods effectively because they never took the time to buy one that they trusted. I want to change that.
Believe it or not, buying a great set of irons is relatively easy and does not need to cost you a fortune.
One of the most refreshing things in golf is throwing on some new grips. But which ones should you buy? Cord grips? Tour Velvets? Winn? And what size? Let's take a walk down the grip aisle.
If I had to guess, Tiger Woods would sell his multi-million dollar yacht before he sold his trusty Scotty Cameron putter. Why? Because putters are personal. I'll show you how to find yours.
Unleash your inner craftsman with The DIY Golfer's clubmaking expertise, diving into step-by-step tutorials and tips to create customized clubs for your unique game.
Introduction to clubmaking
In this series, you will learn the basics of clubmaking and gain the skills required to re-grip, re-shaft, and fix your golf clubs at home.Read series
Are you tired of driving to the golf store every time you need a minor adjustment made to a golf club? Learn the basics of clubmaking and save yourself some time!
There is nothing worse for your game than old, dirty golf grips. Not only does it feel terrible; it substantially affects your performance!
It is easy to add swing weight to a golf club, but how do you REMOVE swing weight? In this post, I'll show you a tool for doing this.
Sometimes, you need to shorten a golf club in your bag, but you don't want to waste your time driving to the golf store and paying money to do it. In this post, I'll show you the easiest way to cut a golf shaft at home.
Revitalize your golf equipment with The DIY Golfer's refinishing insights, discovering techniques, tools, and expert advice to give your gear a fresh and personalized look.
Introduction to refinishing
Refinishing golf clubs (mostly putters) is a fun hobby anyone can do at home. If you like to tinker, this is the series for you!Read series
Thinking about a new hobby? Golf club refinishing is an excellent way to pass the time and even make a few bucks while you're at it.
Here is a basic way to refinish any putter that looks great every time!
One of the best looking refinishes that you can do is the classic black oxide finish. In this tutorial, I will show you how to do this simple finish.
One of the best looking methods for paint-filling the "cherry dots" of a Scotty Cameron is the fade method. It is rather simple, and looks amazing when finished!