Articles by The Editors

1 Percent Challenge: Check your ball position

Editor’s Note: The Golf Digest 1 Percent Challenge will present a new challenge every weekday in January. Catch up on Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, and Week 4. At the bottom of every golf swing is an arc. Track the movement of the clubhead, and you’ll quickly be able see it: The clubhead approaches Read more…

1 Percent Challenge: Dial in your impact position

Editor’s Note: The Golf Digest 1 Percent Challenge will present a new challenge every weekday in January. Catch up on Week 1, Week 2, and Week 3. The thing about golf swings is that they don’t actually matter. They’re a delivery system. A means to an end. The golf ball doesn’t know what your backswing Read more…

1 Percent Challenge: Learn a new golf move in slow motion

Editor’s Note: The Golf Digest 1 Percent Challenge will present a new challenge every weekday in January. Catch up on Week 1 here. It can be really hard for amateurs—and even pros—to make the moves they want in their golf swing while swinging at full speed. This makes it hard to implement real changes and Read more…

Coming Soon: A New Year’s plan you can actually follow

Look, every golfer has big goals – 30 more yards, 10 fewer kilos, tighter lines and better scores. We’re not here to tell you those goals are out of reach. The problem with most New Year’s resolutions, though, is they start you at the foot of a mountain without a clear map to the top. Read more…

Tips and tricks from some of the best teachers in the U.S.

Like most things, technology has had a heavy influence on golf instruction. Gone are the days when teachers would have to rely solely on their eyes and ears to resolve issues their students were experiencing. Those senses have been augmented by a myriad of 21st-century gadgets, including force plates, radar, 3D imaging, etc. With that Read more…

Bargain hunters: Best-value golf experiences

What constitutes true ‘value’ when it comes to playing golf in Australia? Our editors weigh in on the best-value experiences money can buy, broken up into two categories: $50 and cheaper and less than $100.

Dick moves

Don’t be a knob. A compendium of self-absorbed golfer behaviour.

Golf’s new taboo topic

Will LIV Golf be a force for good – or bad – for the sport Down Under? We surveyed a bunch of industry leaders to get their take on golf’s disruptor tour. Only some were prepared to speak.

Push buggies: Take a load off

Whatever you’re after in a push buggy this summer, these models offer a new convenience for your round.

State of mind

Victoria returns to the local tournament scene with gusto in the coming weeks. Yet for everyday golfers, the state’s allure has never waned and rarely has it been more appealing.