Extra Credit: Uneven lies
School of Golf's Martin Hall teaches the proper to way to set up and swing off uphill and downhill lies. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET
Building blocks: Grip, posture and alignment
Travis Fulton and Claude Harmon III share with Rex Hoggard the building blocks of the golf swing: grip, posture and alignment. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.
Path - Clubface awareness: Part 4
Phil Blackmar shares how the 'two bottle' drill can help you setup and swing the club on the proper path through the ball.
Belen and the Mechanic: Mozo's warm-up routine
Paige Mackenzie is joined by Belen Mozo, who talks about her warm-up routine and the swing changes she is working on to improve her game.
Down the middle: Duke's tip to hit it straighter
PGA Tour player Ken Duke discusses the keys to hitting the ball straight. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.center stride. Perfect. One of the things that I see in your golf swing when I'm watching you play in a tournament is you have a narrow stance and that allows you to keep your arms
Morning Drive: Hadley's alignment tips
Chesson Hadley, 2014 Puerto Rico Open champion, shares tips and drills he uses on the range to work on his aim and shape shots. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.Yes, I'm ajar. By the way, I love those sticks. A little Georgia Tech action on there folks. Yes, and that says to hell with Georgia. That's right. Oh, and I've been saving these up for
Path to Par: Episode 12 - Starting Points
Simon Holmes discusses grip, alignment, setup, aim, and everything you should consider before hitting your drive.greatest tour players ever. I laugh about, with a very, very weak left hand , Dustin Johnson with his grip way over here, like he's driving a motor bike. So you do have some options, but that's not the most important key. The most important key is where you're holding the club in your hand. To create the maximum leverage you wanna get the starting point here. In this trigger finger, and let it work across to the top of that little finger, so it sits diagonally across your fingers. You do not wanna get it where it sits too high in the palm of your hand. You'll be able to get no leverage out of your wrist joint whatsoever from that position. Into the fingers, get that left thumb on top. And now the way the right hand can join the club, you do have some different options. We see Tiger Woods , maybe a little bit smaller fingers using an interlocking grip. Most popular is probably an overlapping grip where the little finger just