Breed’s tips for getting up and down
Host of The Golf Fix Michael Breed shows you how to hit a wedge shot from a bad lie. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Tips for pitching on tight lies at Augusta National
John Cook explains how to pitch from a tight lie at Augusta National. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Pro tips: Hitting from an awkward lie
John Cook explains how to hit from an awkward lie. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Choose wisely: New irons checklist
Chris DiMarco and Paige Mackenzie reveal their checklist for choosing a new set of irons. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Goodbye, bad lie: Tips for playing out of a divot
Charlie Rymer gives you the secrets for hitting out of a divot. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.thing I'm gonna say is if you're playing with me and we're playing Golf Channel relaxed rules, we're gonna sort of move that one out of there. This is something, I don't think beginners need to hit this shot. Even folks out playing casual round, go ahead and move it out. But if you're playing elite golf, you're playing professional golf, you gotta play the ball as it lies. And it's one that when you walk up to it and see it, you go, oh no, it's in a divot! It's really not that hard of a shot, because all you do is set up to the golf ball And I want you to maybe move the ball an inch forward in your stance. And lean into it with about 60
School of Golf: Uneven Lies - July 19, 2011
School of Golf host Martin Hall tells you the truth about uneven lies. Learn how to use the slope to your advantage for any lie you face.Shawn." Thanks Shawn. -Well, that's a difficult question to answer, but as Bobby Jones said, if you're thinking of too many things when you're over the ball, nothing good is going to happen. I will sometimes
Big Break Academy - Side Hill Lie Tip
Michael Tobiason discusses when the ball lies above your feet how choking down on your grip, and playing for the slope will help improve your golf game. Click HERE for more Big Break Greenbrier content.
Big Break Academy - Lie Board Drill
Liam Friedman explains how using a lie board will improve making contact with your hybrids. Click HERE for more Big Break Greenbrier content.lie board about one grip length in front excuse me behind your golf ball . Most amateurs will try to help the ball up in there air and will hit the lie board before the hit the Ball. If you make the proper swing and make a descending blow on the golf ball you'll miss the lie board, hit it close to the hole. And I hope that tip will help you with your game.
Rolling hills: The surprising undulation at Augusta
Phil Blackmar gives tips for hitting from the hills at Augusta National. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.you've played, tell me more about the course. You said from our couches watching at home, we can't tell exactly how hilly Augusta National really is. No, you really don't. You don't have any idea, and like I mentioned earlier, when folks that I know goto live with that. Did you ever have any flat lies at Augusta National ? Was it a rarity? On a tee. Barely even then.
Big Break Academy - Lie Below Feet Tip
Michael Tobiason discusses when the ball lies below your feet just how important your balance is to maintaining your perfect swing. Click HERE for more Big Break Greenbrier content.Hi, I've a golf tip here that will help you when the ball is below your feet. When the ball is below your feet, what you tend
Big Break Academy - Up Hill Lie Tip
Michael Tobiason discusses how important getting your weight through your shot is during an up hill lie. Click HERE for more Big Break Greenbrier content.I have a golf tip here that will help you with your uphill lies. Now, this is more of the easier lies when you get to sidehill
Big Break Academy - Out Of The Rough Tip
Ray Beaufils discusses how using an open club face when in the rough can help achieve your perfect swing. Click HERE for more Big Break Greenbrier content.look like a clown but you definitely see the rewards on the golf course . So all we're doing instead of having a normal stance to the ball just a little further forward. What we wanna do