Golf Digest Tips

Brian’s “Quick Tips” are featured on alongside teaching and instruction tips from other renowned golf instructors like Butch Harmon, Hank Haney, and Sean Foley. Check back for added tips that will help your golf game!

Quick Tips: Work On Your Short Game

Quick Tips: Line Up Like It’s Bowling

Quick Tips: Find Your Style

Quick Tips: The One-Handed Pitching Drill

Quick Tips: The Flashlight Drill

Quick Tips: Play The Right Tees

Quick Tips: Punch Out Of Trouble

Quick Tips: CD Check For Putting

Quick Tips: Chipping With Two Clubs

Quick Tips: The Tennis Ball Drill

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6 Responses to Golf Digest Tips

  1. dan says:

    My drives have gotten to high and I’m loosing distance becuase of if, can you help?

    • Brian says:

      There are a few things you could try the next time you go to the range… First of all, make sure you are turning thru the shot & finishing in balance ( on your front side ). If that doesn’t lower your ball flight, you might try moving the ball back in your stance a bit and teeing it a touch lower.

  2. Mario Yanez says:

    Excelent tips.. I’m trying to not be slicer anymore… regards from Chile.

    • Brian says:

      Thanks Mario…I hope life is great in Chile!
      Take it one step at a time…and review the drills in my book, “Slice-Free Golf”. With a little practice, you’ll be enjoying a powerful new version of golf! Have fun, and check out my YouTube site (briancrowellpga) if you need some extra inspiration. All the best,

  3. Golf Blog says:

    Fascinating stuff. I used to play a lot more golf than I do these days. Wish I had as much free time as I did when I was a kid. – John

    • Brian says:

      Make the time!…even if it’s a quick 9, or a half hour at a driving range. Take a long lunch and make it happen. Just a couple clean hits and you’ll be hooked again…don’t give up on golf!

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