Golf Pro Tips

NATALIE GULBIS

LPGA Professional

Golf Pro's Corner

The best way to improve is often learning from the pros who truly do it best. ForeverLawn has teamed up with our friends Natalie Gulbis and Jimmy Hanlin from “18 Holes with Natalie Gulbis and Jimmy Hanlin”, as well as others who are experts in the world of golf. We’re bringing you tips straight from the pros and from the GolfGreens team to help improve your golf game.

18 holes

JIMMY HANLIN

PGA Professional

The best way to improve is often learning from the pros who truly do it best. ForeverLawn has teamed up with our friends Natalie Gulbis and Jimmy Hanlin from “18 Holes with Natalie Gulbis and Jimmy Hanlin”, as well as others who are experts in the world of golf. We’re bringing you tips straight from the pros and from the GolfGreens team to help improve your golf game.

GolfGreens Tip of the Day: Hit It Off the Toe

Jimmy Hanlin and Natalie Gulbis discuss how they handle downhill putts on a fast green. Natalie explains that she simply hits it off the toe. It works like a charm!

Gaining Consistency With 40-50 Foot Putts

Watch as LPGA Professional Natalie Gulbis shows off her perfect 50 foot putt in this GolfGreens Tip of the Day. Practice certainly makes perfect, and in Natalie’s case, she could make a 50 foot putt with her eyes closed!

Keep Your Stroke Short for Short-Distance Putts

Often times the short putting shots are what trip people up the most. While they may seem like the easiest shots to make being so close in proximity...

Control Pitching Distance: Keep Your Stroke Simple. It’s a Mini-Version of Your Swing

The fate of more than half of the shots on a course are decided within 50 yards of the hole, so every drill that focuses on improving your...

Master Chip Shots: Maintain a Light Grip on the Club and Soft Hands to Maximize Your Swing

All the pros know it—from centers on the basketball court to wide receivers on the football field, you’ll find one thing in common in almost all sports—soft hands....

Improve Your Putting Game: Start Thinking Less About Reading the Line and More About Speed

This scenario may sound familiar to you: You find yourself in front of a long putt with excessive break. While you know that getting down in two is...