Tiger's impact position: 2000 vs. 2014
Phil Blackmar and Nicole Castrale compare impact positions of Tiger Woods from 2000 and 2014.
Consistency the key to Lewis' game
Kelly Tilghman, Rex Hoggard, Travis Fulton and Claude Harmon III take a look at Stacy Lewis on the range Wednesday at the Wegmans LPGA Championship. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.
Swing analysis: How Rory powers his drives
Karen Stupples analyzes Rory McIlroy's swing from set up to back swing to follow through to see how he gets so much more yardage from his driver than most golfers. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Then and now: Analyzing Faldo's swing
Phil Blackmar analyzes Nick Faldo's swing with a side-by-side image of then vs now. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
How Butch Harmon altered Fowler's swing
Claude Harmon III breaks down the before and after driver swings of Rickie Fowler.be able to play and perform quickly, and perform well on the golf course .
Golf Channel Academy: Monty's swing360
Take a look at Colin Montgomerie's golf swing using the Swing360. Watch Golf Channel Academy on Golf Channel.
Tiger's mechanics: Comparing 2014 to 2003
Paige Mackenzie and Chris DiMarco analyze the past and present swings of Tiger Woods. Watch 'Morning Drive' 7AM ET.-If you'd have told anyone that Tiger Woods have an eight-foot putt to break 80 at Torrey Pines , you would have thought you're crazy. But-- -He made it, though. -He did make it. -With-- -The guy who could feel, who knows how much of a fighter Tiger is. But you notice something about his golf swing , Paige, and how it's evolved through the years. -Yeah. It's had a large evolution. We've heard a lot of people talk about Tiger Woods' golf swing . But what I wanna do is I wanna take a look at his golf swing in 2003, and how it's evolved into what it is now in 2014. And at the top of the golf swing , what you can see here is just this huge arm extension. I mean, this is almost perpendicular to the ground. And over here, it's more of a 70-degree angle. And obviously, a lot shorter where the club's not reaching parallel. He's-- he-- I've actually made the same evolution in my golf swing over the years. And it really provides a lot more control and consistency with your ball striking when you're really keeping your arms a lot tighter to your body and your golf swing a lot more connected to your body. -Yeah. I totally agree. And two things I see is obviously the difference in his
Long bomber: Woodland's swing analysis
Notah Begay reveals to Charlie Rymer and Paige Mackenzie how Gary Woodland generates the swing speed needed to launch those 320+ yard drives.And he's able to do that as well as anyone in the PGA Tour . -And we certainly saw Gary Woodland get out of sequence when he got short late, when he was sort of feeling the
Rhythm in motion: Closer look at Korda's tempo
Paige Makenzie explains to Charlie Rymer and Notah Begay why Jessica Korda’s swing is extremely consistent from tee to green.her putts. She's got that very consistent 1 and 2 to her golf swing . -And a final point on Jessica Korda as I was watching that coverage live yesterday the big putt that she had to win, she didn't get out of her rhythm. -No. -She's quick on the green. She stayed with her normal rhythm . That's huge, folks. When you have a putt that means a lot to you, you don't have to take extra time. In