Touring professionals don't take out deep divots when they hit their wedges.
If you find you are hitting too many 'fat' shots (hitting the turf behind the ball) you might do yourself a lot of good if you take a look at your weight transfer during your swing.
If you are looking for more fluidity and distance off the tee, try hovering your driver before take away.
To align the club face correctly, start by placing it behind the ball, then look down at your left hand.
If you work on your short game with the standard, hard-cover, range balls, you'll not be doing yourself as much good as you should.
If you have to make a long putt that is likely to have more than one break in it, try breaking down your 'read' of the line into sections
When you hit your ball in to the water at a short, par-three hole you are left with a number of options.
How high should I tee-up my ball?
If you are faced with a chip to a hole located on an uphill slope, get the ball on the ground as soon as possible.
When you are playing the ball above your feet on the side of a hill, the ball will invariably hook left so set up to aim to right of the target.