Clawing his way back: Will Phil's late switch help?
Will a claw putting grip help Phil Mickelson win the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2? Morning Drive's Gary Williams, Holly Sonders, Charlie Rymer, Damon Hack and John Cook have the discussion. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Low blow: Examining Inbee's putting style
Rich Lerner and Charlie Rymer show the advantages of a low left putting grip like Inbee Park. Watch 'Morning Drive' weekdays at 7AM ET.
Get a grip: Types of grips to help your putting
Gary Williams, Charlie Rymer, Holly Sonders and Chris DiMarco discuss various types of putting grips the PGA Tour professionals are trying to improve their scores. Watch 'Morning Drive' weekdays at 7AM ET.
Academy: Become less 'stroke conscious'
Brad Faxon shows you how to become less 'stroke conscious' when putting. For more 'Golf Channel Academy' show content, click here .
What you can learn from Kuchar's unique putting grip
Matt Kuchar's big year continued with a win at the Memorial on Sunday, and his putting remains a strength. What can you learn from his unique grip?
Academy: Faxon focuses on fingers
Brad Faxon shares a great drill for how to properly grip the putter. For more 'Golf Channel Academy' show content, click here .
School of Golf: Finding the right putting grip, stroke
School of Golf host Martin Hall wants to help you putt better in 2013 and in doing so has some advice for you about different putting strokes and grips.
Harmon's putting tips for Ginella and Hack
Instructor Claude Harmon III gives Damon Hack and Matt Ginella putting tips. Watch 'Morning Drive' weekdays at 7AM ET.smart. I wonder what [unk] says. -Oh, there miss. Been talking to Steve Stricker this week. I asked Steve, you know, when you're working with guys on tour about their putting, what do you- what are you looking for? And he said a lot of it was in setup. He thought their setups get off line. So, if you just go ahead and get those forearms nice and parallel, go in. -Is he teaching a lot of guys now? Is he teaching a lot of guys now? -Absolutely. I think Steve Stricker can become a putting guru, the way that- the passion that he has for putting and, you know, as an instructor, you have to actually, you know, care about your students and you could really see last week, I think he was doing some work with Jerry , Kelly in the [unk]. I could really see Steve Stricker when he decides to hang it up to become a putting instructor.
Martin's Blog: How to fix golf's most fatal flaws
Martin Hall, host of School of Golf, gives you four tips to help you eliminate your golf swing flaws.