Two-time Major champion Suzann Pettersen reflects on the depth of women’s golf these days and how it is more relevant to normal club golfers than the men’s power game
Luke Donald, the former World No. 1, is on his way back his best, thanks to a renewed short-game focus
Shane Lowry, the 2009 Irish Open winner, explains how growing up playing to the raised greens of his home course gave him the short-game skills to compete with the best in the world
The Ryder Cup star says we should not obsess about a power game, and instead concentrate on the business end of the fairway and getting the ball in the hole
The five-time tour winner explains how important driving is, and why a good mix of distance and accuracy is the ideal formula
The pros love to tinker, but full-blown swing changes have failed more often than they have succeeded
Think you need to be stacked to be able to hit monster drives? Well, think again! There are a number of factors, and swinging hard is not one of them, says the World No. 3
Late March saw the Charles Schwab HKGA Rules Seminar take place at the Hong Kong Golf Club.