Oakmont Country Club features deep rough, diabolical green complexes and penalizing bunkering that make it a demanding US Open course.
This advanced tip, from the likes of Nick Faldo, Tiger Woods, and Bubba Watson, is a great way in which using your grip can help shape your shots.
Shoal Creek Club was designed by golf's ultimate strategist, Jack Nicklaus. One of its most notable features are the risk/reward par 5s.
Royal Adelaide Golf Club has a sensational mix of short and long holes. Their short par 4 is a thrilling risk/reward hole.
Many holes at Spyglass Hill Golf Course dogleg around tall California pines, requiring precision, length, and aggressive lines.
When Dr. Alister MacKenzie was asked about designing New South Wales Golf Club, he noted the "more spectacular views than any place I know".
You can use body speed to create more spin when pitching and chipping around the green when you accelerate your body speed through impact.
To get a higher trajectory of your chip shots, try shifting the ball slightly forward in your stance and making the same motion. The ball will come up slightly shorter because you’re increasing that loft, so you will have to hit it a little harder...
Keeping your ball position center in your stance is a great way to hit your standard or mid trajectory chip and pitch shots.
Few would argue there is a better stretch of golf holes anywhere in the world than those that hug the coastline at Pebble Beach Golf Links.