Life mentor: Sharing Venturi's short game tips
Martin Hall of School of Golf gives a short game tip from Ken Venturi. John Cook talks about his mentor Ken Venturi. Watch 'Morning Drive' Weekdays at 7AM ET.
School of Golf: The Art of Scoring
'School of Golf' host Martin Hall uses a book by Stan Utley and a tennis racket to teach you how to hit high and low pitch shots. Watch 'School of Golf' Wednesday nights. Download our instruction app from iTunes or Google play
School of Golf Junior Academy: Pitching pointers
School of Golf’s Martin Hall shows a junior from The First Tee how a beach ball can make you more consistent around the green. Watch 'School of Golf' Wednesdays 7PM ET.
Academy: Faxon Pitch Tip
Brad Faxon shows you how to control trajectory when hitting a pitch shot with your 60 degree wedge. For more 'Golf Channel Academy' show content, click here .
Simulated action: Playing Oak Hill from the rough
John Cook and Charlie Rymer use the simulator to show you how to play from Oak Hill's rough. Watch 'Morning Drive' Weekdays at 7AM ET.that. Maybe, they are over the back or the green, wherever they play golf the ball sitting down, the greens go on away from them-- what's the approach that they should take? -I know that after I've stopped screaming at myself for even putting myself in this position over the green, you never, never try to get the ball over the back of greens. But, if you find yourself in this situation, do not compound that mistake with another mistake by trying to be too cute. There's only really two or three players on, you know, in the world that would even take chances at trying to get this ball up and down, or getting it close, and, that's Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods So, don't try to be those guys, everybody at home. Couple of things to keep in mind. Number one, you're in heavy
Improve your short game with the three-ball drill
If you have trouble executing different types of shots around the green the three-ball drill will help you improve your chipping and pitching.