Path to Par: Episode 24 - Instant Fixes
Simon Holmes gives swing thoughts that will help you get back to the clubhouse with a good finish.
As good as it gets: Ko's swing break down
Morning Drive’s Gary Williams, Paige Mackenzie and Charlie Rymer analyze how well Lydia Ko maintains her spine angle and the steady footwork of Stacy Lewis.
Golf Channel Academy: Azinger's spine angle tip
In this "Golf Channel Academy" preview, Brandel Chamblee and Paul Azinger discuss ways to improve your spine angle at impact. Watch "Morning Drive" everyday 7AM ET.
School of Golf: Spine Angle - October 11, 2011
School of Golf host Martin Hall helps you set up to the ball with the proper spine angle and learn tips to maintain it through out your swing.
Use your surroundings to work on your swing issues
There are effective golf training aids on the market, but as SwingFix instructor Bill Schmedes III points out, nothing beats what Mother Nature has given you.
Video: Maintain spine angle for more consistency
Two-time Masters champion Bernhard Langer is as consistent as they come and he has some advice to help you become a more consistent ball-striker.
Weekly Fix: Don't move into the ball coming down
Bob's setup is great and he has a good swing, but he moves into the ball coming down, a problem SwingFix instructor Tim Cooke will help him solve.
Weekly Fix: Engage your body to maintain posture
In this edition of Weekly Fix, SwingFix pro Tim Cooke is going to help Kevin understand why engaging his body will help him with his posture and stability.
Video: Focus on spine angle to improve your posture
Six-time major winner Sir Nick Faldo wants to help you improve your posture and he says that process starts by focusing on your spine angle.
Tip of the Week: Keep your pelvis back coming down
If you move into the ball on your downswing, which is a common problem, this video from SwingFix pro Justin Bruton will be just what you need to see.
Bernhard Langer - Spine Angle - Golf Channel Academy
Bernhard Langer explains the importance of having a proper spine angle. For more 'Golf Channel Academy' show content, click here .being my spine, I'm just gonna rotate around the spine without getting up and down or swaying too much. So I'm thinking of my spine being the center of my body, the center of my swing. Now I'm just turning away from the target around my spine and I follow through without moving as I said, up and down too much or sideways. The problem if you do move up and down , you're gonna hit it fat or thin and I see it a lot. People move down in the backswing, now if they
Weekly Fix: Swing path, posture and setup position
In this edition of Weekly Fix, SwingFix instructor Tim Cooke is going to help Michael understand why he struggles with hooks and blocks at times.
Weekly Fix: Speed first and then accuracy for juniors
Juniors are the future of golf, and in this edition of Weekly Fix, Swingfix pro Tim Cooke not only has some advice for 7-year-old Aidan but parents as well.