DRIVE YOUR LEGS.
Golfers at your level usually try to hit the ball hard from the top, which leads to an outto-in slice path. Start down by bumping your hips towards the target. You’ll keep your head back and your arms will swing from in to out.
LET THE CLUB SWING.
You’ve been told so often not to decelerate in putting that you probably over-compensate. Well, you might be able to jam the ball in on short putts, but on longer ones, take a bigger backstroke and let gravity help accelerate the putterhead through.
PIVOT ON PITCHES.
Players shooting in the 90s often end up 20 or 30 metres from the green after their approaches. To hit these pitch shots well, keep your stance narrow and your lower body quiet. Just pivot your upper body back and through.
SMASH YOUR IRONS.
As irons get longer, a lot of golfers start addressing them like a driver: ball up, head back. But because you’re hitting off the turf, you have to get over the ball and hit down on it. Set up so your shoulders feel level and your weight is about 50-50.