Plenty of practice drills and tips will help golfer’s get their distance—and shave strokes off their scores in the process. This convenient guide to improving a golfer’s long game offers an examination of fundamentals that aids in the most inconsistent areas of the game, such as initial drives from any distance, when to use long irons and fairway woods, avoiding hazards before swinging, and gaining distance and precision.
About the Author
Derek Lawrenson writes about golf for the Observer and the Financial Times, and contributes regularly to the Guardian and Golf Monthly magazine. He has written several books on the sport.