12 Nights at the Academy: Dave Stockton
The hottest short-game instructor, Dave Stockton teaches his signature approach and is joined by his two sons, Dave Jr. and Ron, to provide tips on putting.
12 Nights at the Academy: Mediate and Ballard
Rocco Mediate and swing coach Jimmy Ballard will discuss how Mediate changed his golf swing and resurrected his game after nearly retiring due to lingering back injuries.
12 Nights at the Academy: Gary Player
Gary Player, the most successful international golfer of all time and winner of 165 tournaments worldwide, reveals his secrets on how to play bunker shots.
12 Nights at Academy: Sean Foley
Sean Foley, Tiger Woods’ current swing coach, discusses swing drills he takes Woods through and the philosophy he instills in all of his students.
Jack Nicklaus on toughness
Jack Nicklaus teaches mental toughness and how to keep a good round going. Jack reveals the best tip he ever received was from his rival, Arnold Palmer.I putt. -Well, one of the magical components of this game is Arnold Palmer sharing his knowledge and his-- -Well, you know, I think that was pretty neat. I was a 22-year-old kid, my first year on the Tour, here's a top man in the game, came to me and said, "Jack, I think this will help you," and I think that was nice. That's what golfers do, they share their knowledge and they want the other fellows to play better. You know, I hope Arnold doesn't regret that he did that but Arnold and I have been great friends for many, many years and I thank him for that tip. -Well, he may regret it 'cause June that year, you ended up winning your playoff in the US Open but I'm sure-- -But in that time, I chipped just because he was there. -Good deal. Well, he shared with you, you've shared with us and obviously Golf My Way does that again and again. I appreciate the time you spent with us here in Golf Channel Academy and here at Jack Nicklaus Academy. Thank you so much. -Thanks, David, appreciate it.
12 Nights at the Academy: Martin Hall
Martin Hall brings his own inventions and unique brand of teaching to help players in his three most important areas of improvement n this installment of "12 Nights at the Academy."it to the left, feel a bit right palm up after impact. Graeme Mcdowell comes to mind, he seems to be a player who would-- he would definitely be right palm up. There's no way you're gonna miss that balls left. The converse of that which helped me as a teacher, which is [unk] if right palm up make sure you don't miss it to the left, then surely what I call 'Wiping the milk off the table' right palm down would make sure you hit a draw. So Jack Nicklaus is right-palm-up tip helped me eliminate the left side of the golf course , to some people, and the converse, the opposite, wipe the milk off the table, helped me eliminate the right side of the golf course for all those-- -You used that with your students today. -Only in days that end in Y. -Alright, the last of the 3D's, depth touch around the greens. -Yeah. This is one I feel strong about. Yeah, the way golf course is built these days you have to have the ability to hit a really high shot. Henry Cotton, I've got to meet
Annika Sorenstam: Staying in shape
Annika Sorenstam shares some simple and insightful tips on how to keep your game and body in shape.a [unk]. -Why not? -Had a tee off in front of the PGA Tour audience at Colonial. -We can do that. -No first tee jitters. We're gonna learn all of those things from Annika. Let's start