Pitch or run? Playing to elevated greens
John Cook gives tips for playing both a pitch shot and a run up shot to an elevated green. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
GCA: Daly's pitch-shot techniques
Two-time major champion John Daly answers a Facebook question about pitch shot techniques.
GCA: Monty says hit 'down and through'
Colin Montgomerie shows you how to hit 'down and through' when pitching from heavy rough. Watch Golf Channel Academy Tuesdays 7PM ET.
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.
It's all in the hips: Hit pitches from tight lies
Charlie Rymer gives a tip on how to hit from tight lies. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.lead with the hips and when you finish in the, in the finish position you're gonna have the club head even or slightly behind your hand.
Golfing World: Harrington's blindfold pitch shot challenge
Padraig Harrington and caddie Ronan Flood attempt to play one of the hardest shots in the game while wearing a blindfold.half five iron in a cut, okay? Okay, well you have the fresh air . Where was the ball? I put the club behind the ball for you. Didn't come down. It's stuck in the tree. Please
In-between shots: Lewis wedge play analysis
Gary Williams, Charlie Rymer and Paige Mackenzie breakdown the wedge play of Stacy Lewis on Thursday at the CME Group Titleholders. Watch 'Morning Drive' 7AM ET.you get the shot folks. You're right in between hitting a full sand wedge and a little pitching wedge. And you know if you hit the hard sand wedge -it didn't work out very well. Some get up, you don't know where it's gonna go but people are scared of hitting that little pitching wedge. And one of the problems they have, in fact the biggest problem they have is they slow down. You get and you have the big deceleration. You're like, "Oh, this is too far. There's too much [unk]. I gotta slowdown." -And that's death. That's death. -That's death. So, I think the best way to approach that if you're in between a pitching wedge and a sand wedge , take the pitching wedge, choke up on it a little bit, make that club a little bit shorter. That's automatically -gonna make