12 Golf Tips You Can Work on Indoors

Tony Starks April 15, 2020

We’re all looking forward to that next round of golf. So to help you bounce back from quarantine with all kinds of quality shots, we reached out to Team TaylorMade teaching pros to collect tips for working on your game indoors.

The Glass Is Half Full

We all know that’s it’s important to stay hydrated on course. But in this drill, El Caballero Country Club Director of Instruction Tasha Bohlig shows us how a simple glass of water can help you create extension in your driver swing.

A Clean Sweep | This Household Item Can Have You Swinging on Plane

David Woods is the Director of Golf at the exclusive Vintage Club in Indian Wells, California. But in this video, he comes to us from his living room as he explains how a broom can help you stay on plane.

Perfect your Putting with pix and a Yardstick

This indoor putting tip from Darrell Kestner, the 2017 PGA Professional of the Year, will have you rolling the rock with confidence when you’re back on the course. Using pix, Kestner demonstrates how to use a yardstick to improve your putting.

Develop Your Putting Feels

The Grand Del Mar is the home course of many top Tour pros, including Jon Rahm. Is this tip, the club’s Director of Golf Shawn Cox shows you how to understand and develop the proper feels in your putting stroke with tips he learned from Tiger Woods and Dave Stockton.

Use Feedback to Stay on Plane

Tyler Hall is an accomplished player, having competed in the 2019 PGA Championship at Bethpage, in addition to being the Director of Instruction at Upper Montclair Country Club in New Jersey. In this tip, he demonstrates how to use obstructions to develop a swing that stays on plane.

A Great Tip From Merion’s Director of Instruction

Mark Sheftic is the Director of Instruction at the iconic Merion Golf Club. In this quick tip, he teaches us how to sequence the swing to effectively generate power and repetition.

Build Power in Your Swing While at Home

Ashley Grier knows the importance of distance off the tee. She commonly competes against the men in the PGA of America ranks, as she’s the first woman in the 95-year history of the Philadelphia PGA Section to win an event against a men’s field. She also competed in the PGA Professional Championship in 2019. Here’s a tip that helps keep her swing powerful while we’re all spending more time indoors.

Get Fit to Play, Physically and Mentally

Your legs are critical for developing power in the golf swing. In this tip, Steve Scott, Head Professional at The Outpost Club in Ohio, shows how to develop the golf muscles in our legs while also helping prepare you to stay calm in those pressure situations on course.

Get Positioned for Proper Impact

Using a single golf ball and this simple tip, you’ll be ready to compress the golf ball when you step back onto the course. Kyle Morris, the Director of Instruction at The Golf Room in Ohio, shows us how properly square and release the golf club.

Train Your Hands to Become a Better Putter

Your hands are vitally important to putting – they are the single contact point with the club. In this quick tip, Mario Guerra, Head Professional at the acclaimed Quaker Ridge Golf Club, teaches you how to properly use your hands during the putting stroke.

Rotate the Right Way

If you’ve hit a wall with your golf swing, try this indoor tip from Hamilton Farm Golf Club Director of Instruction Nick Bova – as he teaches you how to turn any wall in your home into a training aid.

Using Bounce Effectively

These indoor tips from Brent Snyder will keep your short game sharp during these down times. Snyder, who competed in the 2015 PGA Championship, explains how to effectively use bounce and avoid the leading edge on shots around the green.

Note: If you're a Team TaylorMade staff professional and would like to contribute an at home tip, post your video to Instagram using the hashtags #TeamTaylorMadeStaffPro and #PracticeWithpix and it may get shared on the @TaylorMadeGolf global account. We're all in this together, so let's do what we can to help each other pull through it!