GCA: Lee Janzen Short Game Bounce Tip
2-time U.S. Open Champion Lee Janzen shares a drill to help you understand how the bounce of the club can be an effective tool around the green. Watch Golf Channel Academy on Golf Channel.
7 Nights at the Academy - Bounce on 60 Degree Wedge
In this web-exclusive viewer question, Raymond Floyd answers the question of how much bounce you should play with your 60 degree wedge.
SwingFix: Pitch shot loft tip
Pitch shots not stopping on the green? Martin Hall shares how a tooth brush can help you hit pitch shots higher so they will stop quickly on the green. Visit swingfix.golfchannel.com to get your custom instructional video tips!
SwingFix: Pitch shot bounce tip
Justin Bruton shows how to use the bounce of the club to loft short pitch shots up high and stop them quickly on the green. Visit swingfix.golfchannel.com to get your custom instructional video tips!
Brad Brewer - Bounce
Brad Brewer on club bounce.be able to hit the shots in which you find around the golf course that you play.
Brad Brewer - Don't Dig, Slide
Brad Brewer demonstrates how to hit out of a bunker with a sliding motion.the bunker and how to use this club correctly. You got a sand wedge here. The way it was designed is I open the blade up, the leading edge stays above. It doesn't dig in. The bounce of this club will allow the club to slide, and we are moving through
Brad Brewer - Thump the Sand
Brad Brewer shows a drill to help with bunker play.allows that club to kinda slide through just like this. I watched Butch Harmon give a lesson to Tiger Woods one year at the Bay Hill Invitational and Butch sat here having Tiger do the same thing. Good thump in the sand.this, and you gonna start hitting nice soft shots like you're seeing Tiger Woods do on the weekends.
Brad Brewer - Chip Shot Ball Position
Brad Brewer shows how to chip and stop a ball on the green.green, that's great, but if you start playing you know firmer, faster golf courses where you have to get the ball onto a plateau and stop it relatively quick like we see like [Unk} and Tiger doing on the weekends. This is the technique I want you to use. We're going to open the club face just slightly so we have some bounce working for us. So the leading edge really isn't going to dig it, it's going to swing and slide underneath. And then as you swing it away I want