On The Range: Long Drive - Travis Fulton Hip Flex Tip
On The Range’s Travis Fulton demonstrates how a simple twist in the hips can get you serious distance off the tee. Watch On The Range Wednesdays 8PM ET.
On The Range: Long Drive - Claude Harmon III Spine Tilt Tip
On The Range’s Claude Harmon III shows you how a simple change in posture can help maximize your distance off the tee. Watch On The Range Wednesdays 8PM ET.
Big Break Academy: Close your eyes
James Lepp shares his tip on how to engage your natural rhythm. Click HERE for more Big Break Greenbrier content.
On The Range: Long Drive - Bill Harmon Swoosh Drill
On The Range’s Bill Harmon shows you how to maximize distance by using a stick and your ears. Watch On The Range Wednesdays 8PM ET.
On The Range: Long Drive - Bill Harmon Left Heel Tip
On The Range’s Bill Harmon demonstrates a simple move of your foot can lead to longer drives. Watch On The Range Wednesdays 8PM ET.you'll be surprised how far you can hit the clubhead at the golf ball without moving the body all over the place. It doesn't mean you don't use your body, but if you can use your hands and arms in conjunction with the right body motion, you're gonna get maximum distance . And for more tips on how to hit a little bit longer, join us one the range, Wednesdays at 8:00 PM Eastern.
Big Break Academy: James' no target tip
James Lepp shares his tip to go to the range and practice without a target. Click HERE for more Big Break Greenbrier content.to be precise with my targets. But I don't wanna ingrain any bad habits by feeling claustrophobic over the ball. On the range. One more, I might even just switch it up, go right side of the range or left side of the range and I'm just swinging here. Perfect. So while other instructors and coaches might tell you, be very specific with where you're going that is important on the course. But on the driving range , feel free that your natural swing just happens and just hit the driving range .
On The Range: Long Drive - Travis Fulton Club Face Tip
On The Range’s Travis Fulton explains how the quest for more power starts at where you hit the ball, not how hard. Watch On The Range Wednesdays 8PM ET.Thanks for joining us for Golf Channel Academy. I'm Travis Fulton. October is Long Drive Month here on Golf Channel . Let's talk about getting you more distance with your tee ball . Now to get more distance, one thing that's overlooked is just to increase your ball speed, and then maximize your ball speed. You need to hit it in the center of the face. So many of you right now, the contact is roaming around: from the toe, to the heel, high, low in the face. To maximize ball speed, we got to get it right in the center of the face. Now, one of the most common errors with the driver is we set up to this forward ball position. That ball is clear up towards that left heel, left shoulder area and then we face this forward ball position. If you notice my chest, instead of being back here, turns to the
On The Range: Long Drive - Claude Harmon Step Swing Tip
On The Range’s Claude Harmon III explains how you can gain more yards off the tee by channeling your old baseball swing. Watch On The Range Wednesdays 8PM ET.and they just are only hitting the golf ball only with their upper body , their hands, and their arms. So this is a great drill. I like to call this a sequence drill. What you do is you go ahead and put your feet together and then as your arms go back take a step forward and swing. This is very similar to making a baseball swing, a throwing motion hitting a tennis ball, and it'll help you get a little bit more speed with your body and help you have your golf swing become a little bit more athletic. It's gonna look something like this. I'm gonna go and put my feet together and as my arms go back I'm gonna take a step then swing. This is a great way to help your sequencing in your golf swing and you're gonna feel that your lower body, your upper body , and then your hands and arms work together in the golf swing . For more tips like this and to help you hit the golf ball further, join us on the range Wednesday nights at