Weekly Fix: Segment 13
David is looking to start breaking 90 on a regular basis and stop hitting so many shots off the toe, and in this edition of Weekly Fix, Tim Cooke is going to help him accomplish those goals.
School of Golf Extra Credit Tip - Wedge
School of Golf host Martin Hall shows you a few different ways to improve your wedge game in this exclusive Extra Credit Tip. Click HERE for more School of Golf content. Download our instruction app from iTunes or Google play
School of Golf: Specialty shots
'School of Golf' host Martin Hall teaches you how to play the ball out of a divot and handle numerous other tough situations.
Martin's Extra Credit: Ball striking
'School of Golf' host Martin Hall shares drills for how to correct heel, toe, fat and thin shots. Click HERE for more School of Golf content. Download our instruction app from iTunes or Google play
School of Golf: Dead solid contact
'School of Golf' host Martin Hall shares some golf swing help to fix shots that are fat, thin, off the toe and off the heel. Watch 'School of Golf' Wednesdays 7PM ET. Download our instruction app from iTunes or Google playtow shot is going to occur when people sort of lift the upper body away from the ball and of course then that stretches everything away from the ball and you can't reach it. One of my favorites to that is when you finish your swing as a good finish start to avoid this upper body lift away is what I call lay your head on the pillow. When I finish the swing, I want to lay my head as it where on a pillow. That's going to keep me my golf posture through the swing. Luke Donald would be a magnificent example of that. I'm going to swing and lay my head on the pillow. At the finish, I
Brad Brewer - Headcover Drill
Brad Brewer shares a drill using a headcover to improve ball striking.drill here. I see a lot of players as they're pitching the golf ball , they kinda tend to block their left arm going down the line. It's disconnected. It's causing the clubface to rise up and
Brad Brewer - Iron Shot Setup
Brad Brewer shows where to setup for an iron shot.this one more time and to encourage a descending strike on the golf ball . We're gonna move the ball back around center, right around the sternum here and then lean the shaft towards the inside of your left shoulder . Those two positions are gonna help you hit down and through on it and make a little better strike so give itlean the shaft a little bit more towards the inside of your left shoulder . It's gonna help you hit down and through on it just like Amy and knock it right next to the pin.
Brad Brewer - The Florida Flamingo Drill
Brad Brewer shares a drill to help avoid thin shots around the green.
Brad Brewer - Left Arm Rotating Left Drill
Brad Brewer gives beginner golfers a drill for a good balanced finishthe strike 'causes that thin shot to the right. Especially if you play baseball , that's a tendency everybody kind of has thought to bat this way. So, we have to feel a little bit more of