Simple like Spieth: Focus on the fundamentals
Charlie Rymer discusses how to simplify the swing by only focusing on the fundamentals. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Big Break Academy: Clay's Flop Shot Tip
Big Break The Palm Beaches, Florida Clay Myers II shows Chris Graham the key point to accomplish a flop shot. Watch Big Break The Palm Beaches, Florida Mondays 9PM ET on Golf Channel.
Night School: X marks the spot for lower body
School of Golf’s Martin Hall and Sara Brown teach an easy way to improve your lower body action. Watch School of Golf Tuesdays 8PM ET.
Keys to playing the Blue Monster's finishing hole
Paige Mackenzie shows the keys that players should know when facing the Blue Monster at Doral. Watch Morning Drive
Back to basics: Breed's off-season tips for Holly
Holly Sonders gets some fundamental tips to prepare her upcoming pro-am from Michael Breed, the host of the Golf Fix. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.It's gonna be entertaining. -Why not? -Awesome. He's first-- -Yeah. -in the Ryder Cup . -That's what he does. -Jimmy Walker. -Holly, you're struggling a little bit? -I am. I am, Michael. And I'm-- I haven't played
Eyes have it: Tips for grainy greens
Charlie Rymer and Holly Sonders give tips on how to deal with difficult terrain. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.a graph that sort of illustrates the main reason why, Holly, this golf course is the easiest golf course on the PGA Tour most years to hit greens. But look to the right side of that column. It's the hardest golf course year in and year out to get the ball close to the hole. Guys have more long putts here than they have at any other golf course anywhere on the PGA Tour . -Okay. So, what about amateurs out there? How-- can we knock it closer? Because most amateurs are not gonna have the chance to play where the pros play. -Well, here's what happens with amateurs. And I love the way Brandt was talking about looking at the surrounding terrain. -Right. -The pros have a great advantage because they're walking. When you're walking, you keep your head up, you get your eyes up. You have a better sense of where the top of the mountain is, and where the ocean is. You see the little subtleties on the greens as you're walking up to the green from the fairway. You and I go play golf . We're gonna hop in a golf club. We're gonna beat talking, we're gonna be aggravating each other, we're gonna be telling stories-- -That's for sure. -We're gonna get-- we're gonna get up on the green. We're still gonna be talking and we won't even have looked at the surrounding-- -Right. -areas at all. So, when you're out playing golf-- in particular, when you're playing a golf course that's at an exotic location, a mountain-type golf course , make sure when you're riding in that golf cart, you keep your eyes up, you keep a good idea of what the surrounding terrain is. That will give you the same kind of clues that the professionals have when they're out walking. -So, don't just be drinking your Arnold Palmer and having a conversation. -No. Well, you can do that if you don't care how you play. -Right. Right. -If you wanna