School of Golf: Laser-Like Short Irons
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Holly Sonders share tips for working on your swing indoors and answer viewer questions. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.
The Golf Fix: Saving strokes
Michael Breed, host of 'The Golf Fix,' shows you the correct chip shot technique by using a football. Watch 'The Golf Fix' Mondays at 7PM ET. Download our instruction app from iTunes or Google play
Big Break Academy - Shorter Irons Contact Tip
Ray Beaufils discusses his tip for better contact when using your short irons. Click HERE for more Big Break Greenbrier content.
Academy: Faxon iron chip tip
Brad Faxon teaches you how to lower your scores by chipping with a 6-iron. For more 'Golf Channel Academy' show content, click here .
Control wedge shots in Open-like wind conditions
When it comes to playing in the type of wind you'll see at the British Open this week, trajectory with a wedge will be as important as it is with the driver.
Convert more birdie chances and lower your scores
Chris Kirk overcame a slow start by using a hot putter to win the Deutsche Bank Championship on Monday. How can you make more birdies?
Remove your power game from your short game
If you can excel from 100 yards and in your scores will benefit, and SwingFix instructor Erik Horve has a tip to help you improve that aspect of your game.
School of Golf: Work on your swing plane at home
Do you really understand the concept of a swing plane? If not, this video segment from School of Golf host Martin Hall will be a big help for you.
Tip of the Week: Minimize speed with scoring clubs
As Justin Bruton explains in this video segment, to take full advantage of your scoring clubs you'll want to take some speed out of your golf swing.
Better wedge play is the key to improving your scores
Most golfers crave more distance, but SwingFix instructor Steve Whidden says they need to be adding wedges and working hard on that aspect of the game.
Improve your impact position to avoid big numbers
Chesson Hadley won the Web.com Tour Championship in part by avoiding big numbers, and SwingFix instructor Tyrus York wants to help you do the same.