6 Great Golf YouTube Channels For News, Reviews, and Pro Tips

Have you ever Googled tips on how to improve your golf swing, product reviews or the latest news on the Pro Tour? There are so many resources out there to find information and so we thought we’d share a few of our favorite golf related YouTube Channels with you.

1. Golf.com

Why We Like It: GOLF.com combines coverage from Sports Illustrated and GOLF Magazine. The channel provides a peek behind the scenes creating Golf Magazine content, reactions to the PGA Tour 2012 tournaments, Golf Magazine’s Travelin’ Joe’s Three Favorites series, and In My Bag feature videos. A video about The Oven brings you inside Nike Golf’s product development and testing facility. Content is uploaded several times a month. Check out the playlists for well-organized video content on instruction, pro gear, practice tips and more.

 

2. Golf Tips

Why We Like It: Golf Tips is an in-depth instruction and equipment magazine. This YouTube channel provides companion content to the golftipsmag.com website. Over 140 videos with tips and drills to help improve your game and most of the videos are 2 minutes or less. We find it’s easier to digest this instructional information in small bites.

 

3. Golflink

Why We Like It: The official YouTube channel of GolfLink.com has an expansive library of instructional golf videos and tips. On this channel you’ll find videos from Hank Haney (Tiger Woods’ former swing coach), Jim McLean, Jimmy Ballard and many more. Like the Golf Tips channel, videos are often less than 2 minutes so you can check several in one sitting. We really enjoyed the Improve Your Short Game playlist

 

 4. Golfsmith

Why We Like It: Golfsmith, the superstore for golf clubs, equipment, accessories, gear, and apparel, posts videos with introductions to new products, reviews, and product testing. There is a large library of videos so check the Golfsmith channel when you’re considering purchasing a new piece of equipment for a comprehensive review. New content is uploaded once a week.

 

5. Jack Nicklaus

Why We Like It: The official YouTube channel of Jack Nicklaus is a great place to find interviews with the legendary golfer and features including “Conversations with the Golden Bear,”a video series produced by The Royal Bank of Scotland, in partnership with the USGA.

 

6. Ben Crane Golf

 Why We Like It:Ben Crane is one of the funniest guys on the tour. Not your typical instructional golf channel, he has his own YouTube channel with many hilarious videos. The “Golf Boys” video has become a classic within the community.

This ridiculous music video was made with Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson, and Hunter Mahan for charity.

Do you have a favorite YouTube channel that you turn to for advice to improve your game? Let us know in the comments!

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