Night School: Swing Like Stricker
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Sara Brown teach how a sweat band can help you simplify the swing and make better contact.
Night School: Clap your hands for square contact
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Sara Brown teach an easy way to practice hitting the golf ball square.
Night School: Better Backswing Drill
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Sara Brown teach an easy way you can practice your takeaway anywhere without using a club. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.
Night School: Coat hanger drill
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Sara Brown teach how to use a coat hanger to get your arms and hands moving properly in the swing. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.
Night School: Improve grip pressure
School of Golf's Martin Hall and LPGA Major Champion Karen Stupples teach how to use two tees to improve your grip. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.probably means you need to do it. Thanks for joining us on Golf Channel Academy, for the best in golf instruction. For more great tips like these, watch School of Golf, Wednesday nights at 7 p.m.
Night School: Drive it like a major champion
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Holly Sonders teach how to drive the ball like a pair of major champions. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.Thanks for joining us on Golf Channel Academy. This is Night School. Holly Sonders joined by your School Of Golf professor, Martin Hall. And we're here to get you playing your best golf, this weekend. So let's do just that, Martin. Yes. Well, I mean, it's U.S. Open week. We're talking about a tip for the U.S. Open. I had the great pleasure years ago to spend time to Tony Jacklin who did win the U.S. Open and actually won the British Open, and then listen to Greg Norman after he had won his second British Open Championship and there's a common theme there that, that last tee shot they'll bethat was his sort of mindset as he was put in there. Greg Norman said to himself before every shot in his last round of 64 Rosen Georgia. He said to hisself before every shot, trust yourself, trust your swing. Now those to me are big, big things. I mean, if you've got no golf swing to work with. Mm-hm. That doesn't work of course, but if you're, if you're on the verge of playing the last hole
Night School: By The Book
School of Golf’s Martin Hall reveals a simple way to practice your swing from home without using a club. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.I recommend you do it highly. If you can't get to the golf course , if you're having a bad day at the office, just shut the door and do this. You'll soon feel better. Put your left palm, if you're a right-handed golfer, one-sided, put the right-palm, below. You can see, I've got the right hand a little lower than the right. Got in sort of a prayer position. And, I'm going to start with that book, what I would call right angles, perpendicular to my intended line of flight, and I'm going to make a golf swing , and I'm going to train my muscles to behave correctly. As I make this back swing, my left arm's going to rotate
Night School: X marks the spot
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Holly Sonders teach how proper knee action leads to solid contact. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.there. Now what's the purpose of this X? As you turn your upper body in the backswing. Your left knee will travel along this side of the X. As your left, so your left knees going to move in that direction. Make your backswing, all the way, turn your shoulders. So the left knee moves that way. The left knee moves on this side of the x, or the leg of the x. And when you come down, the right knee needs to move on this side of the X to the right needs moving that way. So you sort of see it as the left knee moving out as the upper body turns, and then the right knee moving out, as the, as the upper body turns the other way. So it's a little bit left knee along one side of the X. Right knee along there. That actually looks rather good, I must say. Particularly in the follow through. Interesting. So let's see if we can, have you hit one from just about there. Let's see if you can put that thought into action. Have we got a green line? That's my question. Did I put those. Red, so far. We have, we have got a green light. Oh, it works, there we go. Okay. So, left knee along one side of that x. Okay. Right knee along the other side. And for you, that's really good. Yes. Because it didn't let you get that ball left of the tie. I said to you at that practice swing, I said that pivot looks better. So it's a wonderful pivot drill done with or without golf balls . Obviously it's done better if you do hit golf balls . But you know, learn to shift and shake and move those legs. Is that how you dance? I don't dance. That is,
Night School: Proper Swing Sequence
School of Golf host Martin Hall teaches how pushing and pulling can sometimes be a good thing in the swing. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ETThanks for joining us on Golf Channel Academy. This is night school and I'm your teacher Martin Hall, here to get you playing your best golf this weekend. Thewith the body, push with the arms. Thanks for joining us on Golf Channel Academy for the best in golf instruction. For more great tips like these, watch School of Golf. On Wednesday nights at 7
Extra Credit: Execute Phil's flop shot
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Holly Sonders teach how to hit the super high lob shot like Phil Mickelson. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.Thank you for joining us on Golf Channel Academy. This is School of Golf. I'm Holly Sonders, alongside your professor and teacher, Martin Hall. And in tonight's show we revealed some, Phil Mickelson short-game magic, but we saved one juicy morsel, for right now, Martin. And we directed everybody here. Absolutely. And it's the Phil