'Zero chance': Phil won't go for the 17th green
John Cook and Charlie Rymer look at the difficult 17th hole where Phil Mickelson insists he is going to lay up for the 2016 U.S. Open. 2016 U.S. Open Golf Live Tracker .
Playing the par-5 15th hole at Augusta National
John Cook and Phil Blackmar explain course management on the par five 15th hole of Augusta National Golf Club for the Masters. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
DiMarco: Laying up the key to playing Bay Hill
Chris DiMarco explains that being able to lay up to the correct distance will be vital to playing Bay Hill for the 2016 Arnold Palmer Invitational. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
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.
Playing Lessons: English Par 5 Two Ways Tip
Holly Sonders joins Harry English on the course as he completes a par 5 two ways - by laying up and going for it. Watch 'Playing Lessons with the Pros' on Golf Channel.this nice little shot in from about 80 yards. Nice little uphill birdie putt . -Exactly, 15-feet, I'll take it. See if I can play safe and make a birdie. -Turn. All right. It's a good par.
Drills for the Valero Texas Open
Michael Breed, host of 'The Golf Fix,' shares tips for playing difficult par 5s while Martin Hall, host of 'School of Golf,' teaches a drill for putting difficult greens, both on display at TPC San Antonio.-Last year at the Valero Texas Open, the TPC San Antonio had the toughest par 5 scoring and the lowest, going for the green in 2% of any course on the PGA Tour . Now, how do you become a better putt par 5 scorer. You have to make sure that you chose angles. So ifgonna take my 6 iron and I'm gonna take this down the left hand side, and I'm gonna hit to the left hand side, so that I create an angle for myself to that right hole location, so I allow myself the best chance to make that birdie. Martin, what are you gonna teach us? -Thank you Michael. Last year at TPC San Antonio was also the toughest course on the PGA Tour when it came to strokes gained putting. So here's a tip for making more putts on tough greens. Now, when you know