Instruction

Luke Donald, the former World No. 1, is on his way back his best, thanks to a renewed short-game focus

Lee Westwood explains how working on the basics in practice will help you develop a more consistent and repeatable golf swing

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.

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