Playing Lessons: Proper lay up approach Gerina Piller
Gerina Piller is one of the longest hitters on the LPGA Tour and even she has to lay it up from time to time. Watch Playing Lessons on Golf Channel.
Kite gives scoring club tips for uphill lies
1992 U.S. Open Champion Tom Kite shares tips to hit scoring clubs close from an uphill lie. For more tips, visit Champions Tour Learning Center .
Masters champ tips: How Spieth feels shots
Charlie Rymer reviews how Jordan Spieth approaches shots around the green. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Travis Fulton: Stick your approach
Travis Fulton, Director of Instruction for TOUR Academy TPC Sawgrass, teaches an easy way to make better impact with your irons.
Nick Faldo and Annika Sorenstam Approach Shots Tips
Nick Faldo and Annika Sorenstam show how to hit approach shots in the Golf Channel simulator. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.And what a treat. We've got two former world number ones. Sixteen major championship titles, 128 worldwide wins between the two of them. Okay, I only had eight. Who did well. Sir, Nick Faldo and Anika Sorenstam. Now we've been talking all day about. Pressure shots, pressure tee shots , pressure putts. Now, I wanna talk of pro shots. And ladies first, Annika. Take me through one of your more pressure packed
Travis Fulton's Quick Fixes for Tee and Approach Shots
Travis Fulton, using Paige Mackenzie as an example, gives a few quick fixes when hitting a tee shot and an approach shot onto the green. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.left in terms of. Having really nice days to get out and play golf . So you're sort of in a hurry. What you're looking for right, is a quick fix. Travis, Paige, you guys are going
Augusta's slopes: How to deal with uneven lies
Phil Blackmar, John Cook and Chris DiMarco on the challenges facing players at Augusta National on Sunday. Learn tips on how to deal with sloping, uneven lies and what do when in between clubs on approach shots.the, up into the sky. Or down closer to the ground. Well Augusta National is a place where you have to, be in control of your distance control. You have to. If you're not in, in control of that. If you can't put it the right distance, you're in, gonna be in a lot of trouble on this golf course .
Extra Credit: Cure chipping woes
School of Golf's Martin Hall answers viewer questions about driving, approach shots and the short game. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.forwards, turning through, right arm across the chest. I was expecting another nursery rhyme . Don't know any others. Alright we got another email. Don't remember back that far. This one is from Scott. And Scott say I plan to get a new driver. What is the best or recommended loft? and how do you determine this. I Think that it is a good question and it is impossible for me to answer that with a 12 degree or 10 degrees. This is what you need to do. Go to a good club fitting center and use the technology that is available to us these days. Launch Monitors, radar technology so important to find out what's the optimum loft shaft for you. Some people do well hitting down on the ball a
Amateur approach: Permanent driver path
Charlie Rymer and Gary Williams give amateurs a few tips on creating a permanent approach to help golfers improve their swing. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.did something that was interesting- That day I was rolling it by Kenny Perry . Yeah, you better believe it. Yeah, that day. And you had Ted Bishop going to dinner that night, so perplexed, wondering who had won three Senior Majors in a row, Kenny Perry or you? That's how well you drove it. But you have some advice for the amateur golfer about maybe your an approach that could help them be more effective. I, I listened to Tom Weiskopf on Feherty say that Hogan. Mm-hm. Told him the most important shot in golf is the tee shot . I, I agree with that 100%. And it's an area where, I, I lost my confidence with my driver and I've been sort of re-habing myself lately and John Cook actually helped me cook up this idea. And, and, and so what I've done is I've gone basically to two drivers and, and I've got a more conventional driver and I'm setting that up using the wrenches that comes with all the new fancy drivers that are out there now. And basically what I'm doing is, I'm setting up my, my normal driver to where I'm eliminating one side of the golf course . So what I did was I took the lock down on this club, and, and I also put the weight out towards the toe. So in making those two adjustments, what I'm gonna do is eliminate the left side of the golf course and when I use this club, I only try and move it one direction. That's left to right. So let me try and hit a couple of those, and I really feel like that helps me eliminate the left side of the golf course . And again folks this is sort of a mental rehab type thing, where I'm trying to reestablish some confidence and hitting these live up in front of you guys is gonna help me with that a little bit too. And when, when Hogan became the best player in the world of his era, that's what he did. The left side of the golf course was not in play for him. So my goal as I look down this driving range , I'm gonna try and start this up the left hand side and get it peeling to the right. That's really my only
Difficult approach: Scary second shots at Augusta
Chris DiMarco, John Cook and Phil Blackmar discuss the difficult approach shots at Augusta National for the Masters. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.There are so many difficult approaches here at Augusta National , but we've picked out a couple just, just specific, just to share with you. And John, let's start with one right outeleven is downhill on your approach. One of the many signatures of Augusta National are your uneven lies, makes these approaches very difficult.