Lesson Tee Live: Solve the snap hook
1996 PGA National Teacher of the Year Chuck Cook helps a viewer solve his chronic snap hooks. Watch Lesson Tee Live Wednesdays at 8PM ET.
Lesson Tee Live: Chip and pitch like Keegan
Keegan Bradley's swing coach, Chuck Cook, talks about what he has worked on with Keegan to improve his short game. Watch Lesson Tee Live Wednesdays at 8PM ET.
Cook coaches up Rymer on driving
Chuck Cook joins Charlie Rymer in the simulator to give a few tips to improve his driving. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Morning Drive Headlines: Johnny Golf?
Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel featured on the cover of Golf Digest's December 2014 issue. Golf Channel's Rex Hoggard brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.
The Golf Fix: Cook's keys to solving the slice
The Golf Fix's Michael Breed sits down with swing instructor Chuck Cook to talk about some of his keys to solving the dreaded slice. Watch The Golf Fix Mondays at 8PM ET.your thumb right on top and move your hands to the professional impact position , the face would open. And so what most people do is, because of this grip, they. Can't go to that position because
Instructor Cook on career and philosophy
Chuck Cook sits down with Damon Hack to discuss his teaching philosophy and coaching a few of the greats. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.the Golf Digest schools, that had Bob Toski and Jim Flick, and John Jacobs , and Paul Runyan, and Davis Love , Jr. And all these great teachers, and they all taught, differently. And so I realized that it wasn't that there was just
SOG Extra Credit: Swing like Donald
School of Golf's Martin Hall shares exclusive insight on what swing coach Chuck Cook is working on with Luke Donald. Holly Sonders hosts. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.-Thanks for joining us on Golf Channel Academy. This is School of Golf. I'm Holly Sonders joined by the Professor, Martin Hall. And now during the show, we revealed the short-game tip from Chuck Cook's book . But Martin, you have some even more exclusive info on this world-class instructor, don't you? -Well, I do. I mean he's one of my teaching heroes. There's no question about that. And he's just taking on the task of teaching Luke Donald , no easy task. And, you know, he told me what he was doing with Luke. So let me share-- -Great. -let me give you a classic Chuck Cook drill. I'll do it and when you do likewise. His comment on Luke Donald , probably doesn't drive as well as it needs to, to get back to world number one. Why? Well, he's a bit ofless. It's not that you don't use the hands. Yes, make that Golf Channel logo, get to the target. Now, I want you through that same field with the shot. But just abbreviate the follow through as if there was a branch of a tree on the way here. Okay, club behind the ball. Right foot back please Holly. -Okay. -Going to be a limited follow through and that would be very good. -Nice. -And you can see that actually took the face rotation out, gotta touch to draw but not bad. I think Luke Donald will do wonderfully well with Chuck Cook. He only taught about five major champions, that's all. I think he knows what he's doing. -Yeah. He's got it. All right, thanks Martin, and thank you for joining us on Golf Channel Academy for the great and best in golf instruction. For some more great tips like this, make sure to watch School of
Donald, Bradley encouraged by recent swing change
Swing changes can be slow to take, but Luke Donald and Keegan Bradley are showing signs this week at the Honda Classic that they’re close to returning to championship form.
Book of Payne: Stewart's Pinehurst yardage book
Tim Rosaforte talks with instructor Chuck Cook about the yardage book that Payne Stewart used to win the 1999 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2.in his back pocket. He coaches this week Keegan Bradley, Jason Dufner, Luke Donald among others and Chuck, when you consider, what you have in your back pocket, part of the holy grail here, from the Payne Stewart legacy. Why don't you pull it out and explain to us what it is and how much karma's in it. Well, I don't know if it's the holy grail but it's the book that Payne used when he won the U.S. Open and it was a little bit of a different strategy for back then, and what we did is we got here early that week, on the weekend and we walked around the golf course just with the chipping clubs and the putting club and we marked in the book, places where it would be difficult to
Stewarts accept Jones award on Payne's behalf
Chelsea Stewart on Tuesday accepted the Bobby Jones Award on behalf of her late father Payne, the 1999 U.S. Open champion.