Playing Lessons: Gerina Piller's swing path drill
Gerina Piller discusses what a proper path with the driver does for her golf game. Watch Playing Lessons on Golf Channel
Night School: Practice 'The Blur' drill
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Sara Brown teach a great way to practice swinging in the right direction. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 8PM ET on Golf Channel.
The Golf Fix: Simple drill for more clubhead speed
Michael Breed, host of The Golf Fix, has a drill to help your hand path through the strike. Watch The Golf Fix on Mondays at 8PM ET on Golf Channel.
Fulton: Environment for self-discovery
Travis Fulton, Director of Instruction for TOUR Academy TPC Sawgrass, helps you develop a practice plan and improve your swing.
Get in shape: How to move the ball like Bubba
Travis Fulton explains how to hit and control it like Bubba Watson's monster shots. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.Thanks so much, Kelly. Yes, we marvel at Bubba Watson the distances he hits the ball. Also, he's kinda the, the big man with soft hands. What do you marvel at when you watch Bubba Watson with a golf club in his hands? Well I think, when you look at Bubba, of course, the distance is so impressive. And you know, I
Path - Clubface awareness: Part 1
Phil Blackmar shares a drill to help you sense and control the clubface to hit draws, fades and straight shots.about the basics. Any of you that follow Randall Mell with the golf channel on twitter, he tweeted this morning, about an interview that Paul Azinger did. He talked about the fundamentals and fingerprints of a persons golf swing . What he's talking about is this, there are very few fundamentals that all great players do, but all players have things that are unique to them. That's why you can tell somebody's swing from 200 yards away. So what really matters? Well one of the few things that matters. Is your ability to control the direction the golf club moves and where the club face is pointed at impact. That's the only thing, folks, that determines where the golf ball goes. If you can control that, you can play golf . So, I've got set up here a little practice system for you. Couple of alignment sticks here. And this one, here, all going towards my target, which is the right side of
Path - Clubface awareness: Part 2
Phil Blackmar shows how the 'right foot back' drill can help slicers hit straighter shots.I used to hook it a lot, and I had open champion Darren Clark give me that same drill, put my right foot back. But actually helped get my right shoulder a little higher so that's a phenomenal draw even if you're cutting across it or coming too far from the inside because it really to me it syncs up your upper body and your lower body. I think it can work both ways.
The Golf Fix: Improve your swing path
Michael Breed, host of The Golf Fix, has a drill to improve your swing path at the start of the year. Watch The Golf Fix on Golf Channel.Welcome to Golf Channel Academy. I'm Michael Breed. So many times, we struggle with our game because we don't find the center of the face on
Path - Clubface awareness: Part 3
Phil Blackmar shows how the 'left foot back' drill can help golfers who struggle with a lower body slide.Davis Love Jr., in teaching golf digest's schools really liked to put the left foot back particularly for people that tend to have a, have a tendency to slide. They get this, too much of this going out here, the lower body totally destroys their ability. Just swing the club passive. So it looks something like this. You just do the opposite of what we did before. You drop your, your left foot back, toe even with your right heel, and your heel on the ground. And you just hit it from right here. And
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.
The Golf Fix: Swing Path
Michael Breed, host of The Golf Fix, has a drill to improve your swing path at the start of the year. Watch The Golf Fix on Mondays at 7PM ET.Welcome to Golf Channel Academy. I'm Michael Breed. So many times, we struggle with our game because we don't find the center of the face on