Slideshow: Arnold Palmer's Timeless Tips
Golfers of every ability level occasionally hit behind the ball on key shots. If this problem persists in your game, I suggest you stress foot and leg action in your downswing. Striking the turf behind the ball -- hitting "fat" as they say -- usually is caused by failure to shift enough weight onto the left foot on the downswing. Good legwork is the answer in making this weight shift properly. As you begin to move into your downswing, drive your legs to the left (see illustration) while keepi...