When I first start working with a student, there are times when I see an immediate, fundamental issue that needs to be addressed
Stan talks with his friends in the media about his philosophies on putting and other elements of the short game
Golf Digest kicked off Make Me Better, a season long instruction series that will run both in the magazine and on the web site.
Stan Utley enjoying PGA Sweden winter in Halmstad. -the thirst for game improvement knows no language or geographic barrier.
In good times and in less rosy, local and state CVBs work hard to keep visitors coming to cities and towns all across the country.
With the editors of Golf Digest, Sergio did some great work demonstrating a few of his best tips for getting out of a bunker
Stan was invited to Madrid, Spain by Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño,one of the up-and-coming players #50 player from Spain.
USGA has decided to regulate the size of the grooves on the face of golf clubs to limit the effectiveness of shots from the rough.
Golf Digest editor Stina Sternberg has created some video tips from one of Stan’s most recent articles in Golf Digest
Have you ever seen someone use a machine to change the loft of a club? No? Watch Stan do it here.
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So kind of Dusty and Missy Broderick to post this clip from Colin Cowherd and #CharlesBarkley. #UtleyApproved
Dusty and Missy Broderick
Well said on Colin Cowherd today Charles Barkley, when it comes to golf Stan Utley is indeed “one of the best teachers in the world.”
We’d just add the entire Utley fam are some of the best people in the world as well!
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Always good info from SwingU
If you decide to chip with your sand wedge, then you need to understand the design the engineer intended for the player take advantage of the club. Regardless of the manufacturer of your wedge, they all have a similar design characteristic called the bounce.
The low point of a wedge is not on the lead edge; instead, the low point is back on the bounce. Your job is to land the back of the club into the ground before the front of the club, much like the way a pilot lands an airplane with the back wheels touching down before the front wheels.
If you land the club on the bounce angle, the club skids and pitches the ball in the air nicely. With wedges, your clubface is already aiming up some 50-60°, so it doesn't need your help to get the ball airborne; all it needs you to do is land the back tires in the ground.
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