Playing Lessons: Gerina Piller plays a downhill lie in a bunker
Gerina Piller helps fellow Big Break alum Sara Brown with a difficult downhill lie in the bunker. Watch Playing Lessons on Golf Channel.
Playing Lessons: Gerina Piller on making short putts
LPGA player and former Big Breaker Gerina Piller explains how she looks the whole green even for short putts. Watch Playing Lessons on Golf Channel.
Lesson Tee Live: Drill to eliminate your pull
If your common miss is a pull, it usually means your shoulders are moving ahead of the rest of your body. Lesson Tee Live's Annabel Rolley shows you her favorite tip for calming the shoulders and straightening your shots. Watch Lesson Tee Live Wednesdays at 8PM ET.
No resolutions? Approach to new year
Inspirational Speaker Jon Gordon discusses a better approach to the new year rather than making resolutions. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Firm and fast: Handling the greens at Bay Hill
Gary Williams, Charlie Rymer and Phil Blackmar discuss ways to deal with firm greens of Bay Hill. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.And the speed of these greens they were very, very firm. Graeme McDowell in his press conference yesterday he said, I played a practice round Sunday and boy were they really, really firm. They were
Getting chippy: How to chip like a Masters champ
Holly Sonders, John Cook, and Phil Blackmar give a tip on how to chip it close. Watch Morning Drive Every Day 7AM ET.grab and you can't control it. I had a chipping contest with Tom Watson actually at the Masters one year on the practice area and he said the same thing. That he didn't want too much
The Golf Fix: Olympic hero gets a swing tip
American Olympic Hockey star TJ Oshie tweets The Golf Fix for a lesson and Michael Breed gives him one. Watch The Golf Fix Monday 7PM ET.there for the winner. Well done by T-- T.J. Place for the St . Louis Blues , 27-year-old, has a very talented game. He's at 2.4 index. Good golf swing, played high school golf. So, we know that he could play. Let's take a little look at this golf swing, and you could see that St . Louis Blues logo probably displayed along with the Titleist. That great clubhead speed, not a long backswing. Watch how this swing stopped shy parallel.