Altered Course - Episode 5 Expert Wrap
The expert team breaks down the fifth episode of Altered Course, Mondays 9PM ET on Golf Channel.
Altered Course: Finale Expert Analysis
The expert team breaks down the finale of Altered Course.
Altered Course episode 7 expert analysis
The expert team breaks down the penultimate episode of Altered Course, and one of the team members explains why he has a welt on his back!
Altered Course - Episode 6 expert analysis
The expert team breaks down the sixth episode of Altered Course, Mondays 9PM ET on Golf Channel.
Ever-changing: DiMarco's take on Tiger’s swing
Chris DiMarco joins Kelly Tilghman and Paige Mackenzie in the simulator discuss swing changes Tiger Woods has made during his off-season break.It was the most beautiful swing. It reminds me a lot of Adam Scott . Adam Scott obviously works with Butch Harmon also. Their swings are very similar, very pretty, beautiful golf swings, very crisp, perfect shots. But Tiger
Quiet hands: Jacobson's chipping tips
Freddie Jacobson joins in on the Golf Channel simulator fun to give amateurs a few helpful tips for their short game. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.also enjoyed getting up and down. One of the best on the PGA Tour , 28th and scrambling last season. You do miss a fair share of greens. You're 151st in greens and regulation. But your ability
A macho course: Bay Hill's Nos. 8, 11, 16, 17 and 18
Brandel Chamblee and Aaron Oberholser take a closer look at holes No. 8, 11, 16, 17 and 18 at Bay Hill, host site of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.Some macho golf course and really mean. It requires some mean shots from 150 to 250 yards where you've got to get a lot of thingsthere. But Aaron. There are many difficult approach shots here on this golf course and it's not just the 8th hole. Another similar approach shot to this one is at the 11th. Another, you have a lot of shallow areas in these greens, Brandel around this entire golf course and 11 here begins with the T shot. You got to avoid the bunker at the right. But if you flirt to
To each his own: Jacobson explains unique swing
Freddie Jacobson uses the Golf Channel simulator to examine and explain his full swing and how it's different from others. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.is Freddy grew up playing golf. He didn't play, he doesn't play golf swing . He knows how to play golf. And I think that's one of the great things, if you look at the career Freddys' had. Over the course, not only on the European tour but on the US tour. He's very good at getting the golf ball in the hole. I mean, we've talked in the past. We'd all love to swing the golf club like Adam Scott . When we look at the way Scotty swings it, everybody would love to have this beautiful technically sound golf swing . But I think the thing that is the strength of Freddy is that he knows how to play golf. And he knows that he object is to get the golf ball in the hole in the least amount of strokes. He's proven it. He's proven it. He proved it before he left. Absolutely. You know what his real passion is? Table tennis .