Every Golfer, from Beginner Golfer to Advanced Player, benefits from a useful Golf Lesson. The best way is to look for a good Teaching Pro to get Instructions, and in addition you can check out the Golf Drills below to help improve your Game.
These lessons cover a wide variety of common problems and are a bit more in-depth than our Free Golf Tips.
NEW: Once you're done here take a look at our new Video Golf Lessons.
Lessons on How to Master the Driver
Ways to Help Increase the Accuracy of Your Drives
Unlock the Power of Your Right Side for a Stronger Swing
5 Ways You Can Have a Power Game for 10 More Yards
Six Ways to Eliminate Your Slice
Learn How to Properly Release the Club
Learn a Proper Weight Transfer
How to get more Distance out of your Shots
What is the correct Swing Plane?
Our Five Best Tips to hit Fairway Woods with Confidence
Do You Have A One-Plane or Two-Plane Swing?
Getting Your Hands Through the Ball at Impact
Crush Your Drives AND Keep It In Play
Eliminate the Backswing Dip
How to Maximize your Distance
The Backswing that Increases Consistency
Four Tips for Playing Golf during Strong Wind
Our Six Best Tips for Hitting from the Rough and Other Tough Lies
Our Best Tips for Hitting Out of a Sidehill Lie
Perfect Your Specialty Shots to Get out of Trouble Spots
How to Hit the Ball Well from Uneven Lies
How to Play a Downhill Lie
How to play from the deep Rough
Approach Shots: How to Master Them
Six Habits that will Help Lower Your Handicap
How to fix Your Faults for Great Results
How to Manage Your Game and Play Smart
A Few Key Points to Get Your Total Game in Shape
Three important steps to lower Scores
Build a Strong Foundation for Your Game
Keys to Efficient Practice
How Better Course Management can Lower Your Golf Score
Golf is a Game of Opposites
Analyzing Divots, and Taking Corrective Action
NOTE: If you have trouble hitting your clubs correctly there is a good chance that your clubs don't suit you properly.
The reason for not improving your game may well be is due to badly fitted clubs. Think about it: people come in all different shapes and sizes, but most golfers simply buy their clubs off the rack in the golf shop.
Unless you are completely 'standard' and 'average' you should consider custom fitting for your next clubs. This can be done online, and it is free, quick and easy (and doesn't hurt a bit). Visit these two sites for free online club fitting, just follow the instructions given there:
'e-fit System' at GigaGolf
'Club Fitting Wizard' at Pinemeadow Golf