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No. 1 around the height of the tee

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After an amazing year, we’ve been digging through the numbers and tallying up the stories that caught your eye during the year.

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We decided to share the results with you, our loyal and wonderful readers, so that we can remember them together.

In the last 10 days of 2022, we’re presenting a sneak peek into the top 10 stories from each of Golfweek’s most popular sections, including travel, PGA and LPGA tours, instruction, and amateur golf.

Today we’re talking Instructions, which is led by Steve Scott, who has donned many hats, including the founder Silver Club Golf Association and the PGA Tour Live Analyst.

Steve is joined on occasion by Averee Dovsek in these, Top 10 How-To Posts of the Year, as clicked by you, our readers:

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Golfweek’s Director of Instruction Steve Scott, right, shows Averee Dovsek how to hit a chip with a lower loft. (Gabby Goodgill/Golfweek)

If you’ve ever had a fatty chip, you may want to keep this up.

Scott joins Dovsk to explain how using a lower club around the greens can help you get up and down more often.

Here’s the advice.

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It’s easy to overcomplicate golf, and most of the time going back to basics is the easiest way to lower your score, especially around greens where most amateurs can stack putts.

If you are an open face person who is constantly trying a failed hero shot, This video will be perfect for you.

The dreaded three strikes. Every amateur golfer knows that.

I’m not sure there’s anything worse than allowing yourself too long to pour birds and walk away from the green with a bogey.

The key is confidence. If you go to the first green worried about puttingt three feet, you’re in for a long day. This exercise will help build confidence.

Photo by Gabby Goodgill/Golfweek

Swinging away from the golf ball while swinging can cause several problems throughout your swing. Particularly striking is the frightening piece of footage.

Steve has a great drill to keep you centered over the golf ball, And all you need is an alignment stick.

(Gabby Goodgill/Golfweek)

It is extremely important to be comfortable on top of a golf ball to make good shots, and it all starts with setting up the ball properly.

If you feel uncomfortable before you hit the shot, it’s probably because you did something wrong with your setup.

Allowing the club to fall in front of you will eliminate access to the ball Or your arms are too close to your body.

Gabe Goodgill/Golfweek

Many golfers struggle with ball positioning, and this can often be resolved with proper ball alignment in the setting. It’s common to think that the putt is the root of the problem, but where you hit the ball in the stance can upset your putt.

A simple tip can help you put your golf ball correctly in your putting. This will prevent you from hitting behind her or chasing the ball and keeping your face square.

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Avery duvsk batting driver. (golf week)

Most golfers strive for more clubhead speed. We know that more clubhead speed generally means longer path distance – and who doesn’t want to hit farther? There are a lot of key components to hitting bombs, but your hands, arms, and wrists do most of the work.

To improve and increase the speed of your club when training for competitions and in the season of improving them, It’s all about repetition and building confidence.

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Golfweek’s Steve Scott.

All great shots start with proper preparation. If you step on the ball incorrectly, it will be difficult to achieve a good result.

Depending on the club you use, you will have to place the ball in a different location in your position. General tip – the shorter the club, the further back it should be in the stance.

Here’s more help.

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Teaching Golf with Steve & Avee. (golf week)

Playing a golf ball is something golf enthusiasts do without thinking. Put the tee into the ground, put the golf ball on top and shoot away. However, if your tee height doesn’t match the type of shot you’re trying to hit, be prepared to lose a lot of golf balls.

Always have a plan in mind before putting a tee into the ground.

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