Ball below your feet: How Jack hit this shot
Martin Hall and Karen Stupples share a few tips from Jack Nicklaus on playing shots when the ball is below your feet. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET on Golf Channel.
School of Golf: Uneven Lies - July 19, 2011
School of Golf host Martin Hall tells you the truth about uneven lies. Learn how to use the slope to your advantage for any lie you face.
Big Break Academy - Side Hill Lie Tip
Michael Tobiason discusses when the ball lies above your feet how choking down on your grip, and playing for the slope will help improve your golf game. Click HERE for more Big Break Greenbrier content.
Putting on uneven lies
Martin Hall shares putting tips for the best way to handle uphill, downhill and sidehill lies on the green. Click HERE for more School of Golf content. Download our instruction app from iTunes or Google play
School of Golf: Difficult bunker lies
'School of Golf' host Martin Hall teaches his best tips for better bunker shots including hitting off of uphill, downhill and sidehill lies in greenside bunkers.and feel like your weight sits very much on your back foot. Tom Watson told me that he actually works on really sitting the weight on his back foot and swing up the slopes. So, here we go. Now, this ball is going to come out high so you have to swing fairly firm but I'm going to swing up the slope and it's very difficult to get the ball to go far enough. The other way to play if it's plugged is to lean into the slope. Personally, I find that a lot more difficult so that's why I try and hit up the slope. Let's go with the evil twin sister. That one. The downhill lie. Now, rarely would I change clubs in the bunker. Normally, I start with my 56. But,
School of Golf: Specialty Shots - September 13, 2011
School of Golf host Martin Hall on how to specialize from different lies. Putting guru Dave Stockton stops by the studio with tips to help your putting game. Plus, learn how a Short Game Ladder can improve your wedge play.read as a youngster. Arnold Palmer said, "Don't ever go to the golf course with a shot you haven't practiced." What did he say? Don't ever go to the golf course without a shot you haven't practiced. So, if you don't have chance to practice this stuff, don't put it into act until you have but it do help you work on those shots because the specialty shots are the ones that can save a shot here, save a shot there. That's how I learned in school. As long as you can putt. Well, we have Stockton for that. -Indeed we do. Martin, let me see the wedge real quick. Working off of practicing, I know when you go through good players bags out on the PGA Tour , the wedges aren't all worn right in the middle. You see wedge marks out on the toe and also on the heel
School of Golf: Long Game Special - November 14, 2012
School of Golf host Martin Hall takes you out on the course at Ibis Golf & Country Club to give you tips and drills for key shots such as playing from the rough, uneven lies and fairway bunker shots. Hall will also share two ways for playing one of golf's most difficult trouble shots. Holly Sonders will assist with the instruction.fully stretched and for me, I have a little what I call Steve Stricker look out, at the fairway bunker. I feel like my wrists don't do very much. Now I used to just take one more club, but standing tall, taking the wrist out of it and trying to pick it straight out of the top gently does a very good, a very good job of picking that ball pretty much straight up off the top of the sand, here we go, and that did a pretty good job right there, it didn't take a grain of sand and I do think that is on the green. -Very good. -Not too bad, I must tell you. -And you referenced Steve Stricker , we all remember one of the greatest shots in golf at 2011 John Deere Classic, when Stricker hit-- -Absolutely. -on the 18th
Big Break Academy - Lie Below Feet Tip
Michael Tobiason discusses when the ball lies below your feet just how important your balance is to maintaining your perfect swing. Click HERE for more Big Break Greenbrier content.Hi, I've a golf tip here that will help you when the ball is below your feet. When the ball is below your feet, what you tend