Golfing World: Golf legends talk playing Road Hole
Golfing World gets insight on playing the famous St. Andrews' Road Hole from some of the greats of the game. Watch Golfing World every Wednesday on Golf Channel.
Stat Man: How low can you go on 17?
GolfChannel.com writer Will Gray goes inside the numbers to preview THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP.
Ask a Champion: Kite's tournament advice
1992 U.S. Open winner Tom Kite answers a viewer question about whether there are any Champions Tour players he prefers to be grouped with during an event. You can connect with your favorite Champions Tour players by submitting questions on the Golf Channel Academy Facebook page and on Twitter @GCA. Watch Champions Tour Learning Center Tuesday nights at 7:30PM ET on Golf Channel.
Stat Man: Inside the numbers for Honda Classic
Stat Man previews the 2015 Honda Classic by flashing back to 1982.
Golfing World: Pebble Beach Golf Links Course Report
Golfing World goes behind the scenes at the stunning Pebble Beach Golf Links, and speaks to Tom Kite who won the U.S. Open at the world renowned venue.of golf. Tongue in cheek story about that. I believe in 1992, Ian Woosnam said It's too short of a hole. It's like a joke of a hole. It's like on a miniature golf course, a
Golfing World: Nature Valley First Tee Open
Golfing World goes behind the scenes at the Nature Valley First Tee Open, which gives young players the opportunity to tee it up with legends of the game.The famous pebble beach golf club in California recently played host to the Nature's Valley first tee open. Part of the Champions tour schedule. It's a unique tournament which features Champions tour player and junior golfers from the First Tee Program. Teeing it up in a pro m format. The first tee is reallyto be out here. Here and why wouldn't they? The tournament featured Champions Tour players and 81 junior golfers who were thrilled to tee it up alongside some of the legends of the game on astuff we can learn from them. Tournament Week coincided with this years Ryder Cup , and of course there was some veteran players, some captains in the Champion's Tour Ranks. Who gathered to wish Team USA the best of luck. All of them seeing this tournament as a chance to give
Golfing World: My Best Shot - Sam Torrance
Former European Ryder Cup player and captain Sam Torrance shares with Golfing World his addition to the My Best Shot series, which comes from the 1983 Ryder Cupat Palm Beach Gardens in Florida My best shot was I guess Tom Kane in the 83 roller cup singles. One down play in the last, and I pulled parfait. I pulled my second shot into
Kite's wife, Christy, passes away
Christy Kite, wife of World Golf Hall-of-Famer Tom Kite, passed away Friday after a lengthy battle with cancer.
Detail-oriented: Cupp on working with Kite and Couples
Matt Ginella is joined by Bob Cupp to discuss contributions to Golf Course Design by Tom Kite and Fred Couples. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.-Thank you, LT. Bob, we talked a little bit about Jack Nicklaus , the architect, already. And like I said, you've worked with a lot of Tour players. Talk to me about Tom Kite, the architect, specifically. -Well, Tom's a special-- in my case, he's a-- he's special. When we were working at Baltimore Country Club , I said to him the 18 green sites and asked him to come back with ideas we could put into plans. He came back with 18 contour plans. Other words, he can draw a construction document. And I've never met another Tour player that could do that. -Wow. Strikes me as probably something similar-- to working with Fred Couples maybe, detail-oriented guy. - Fred Couples . -What's it like working with him? -I would honestly, every single one of players brought something of value to the table. -In
Players dealing with major-less label is nothing new
The burden of being major-less increases as a career wanes, forcing players to face a growing number of critics.
Playing Lessons: Tom Kite
Tom Kite hosts a special Playing Lesson in the Hill Country of Texas. Learn what made him so consistent during the 70's and 80's and what still enables him to be a force on the Champions Tour today, including his new putting style and his pioneering use of a 60-degree wedge.put some bank grass greens here and just have flawless range and Scott Parker , the superintendent, who's on my bag today, he's just done a phenomenal job with these greens of keeping them in a great
Golf Fitness Academy: Tom Kite
One of the most notable names in golf, Tom Kite, joins Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Phillips in the gym to highlight some of the exercises that have kept him going all these years. One of the first professional golfers to emphasize physical fitness for game improvement, Tom impresses Greg and Dave with his physical ability.-On this episode of Golf Fitness Academy, we're joined by golfing legend, Tom Kite . -I try to be as golf specific as I can in my exercises. I don't do any of my exercises on the ground. -To think about it, you don't play from the ground. -The issues that I had with my shoulder, prompted me to start doing some different exercises that I normally do. -So, if you wanna know what Tom Kite is doing to keep his body prepared to play golf, stay tuned to the Golf Fitness Academy. Hi! Welcome to the Golf Fitness Academy, I'm Dave Phillips. -And I'm Dr. Greg Rose. And on today's show, we're joined by golfing legend, Tom Kite . Tom, thanks for joining us on our show. -Nice to be with you guys. -Good to see you. -The big 60, 60 right? -It's hard to believe. I never though I'd get here. I wish I hadn't. -You made. You know one thing that I think a lot of viewers don't know is how hard you work in the gym as well as the golf course . I mean, every knows how hard you hit golf balls and you hit a lot of golf balls and you're really goodto mytpi.com. -Welcome back to the Golf Fitness Academy. We're joined by Tom Kite , and Tom, you got us all warmed up. You got us loose. Now, after the round, you said you get into strength.that right there is how we make sure warmups are fun. -I'm Tom Kite , and I think exercise is a critical part of playing really good golf. But if I only had to do one exercise,
School of Golf - Tom Kite
'School of Golf' host Martin Hall pulls 'How to Play Consistent Golf' from his library to share the advice Tom Kite learned from his mentor Harvey Penick. Click HERE for more School of Golf content. Download our instruction app from iTunes or Google playHall you're watching School of Golf Extended Library. My book this week, Tom Kite , had to play consistent golf, had a chance to spend quiet a bit of time with Tom Kite's golf career, and it has always intrigued me to listen to Tom talking about his great mentor Harvey Penick. I've never metswing if it doesn't make the ball behave better. The second thing Tom Kite talks about which he would-- he said he based his whole career on, was the very first lesson he had with Mr. Kite, he said that he wanted to get on tour and Harvey Penick said that, "Tommy, let's take it one step at a time." If you can get a copy of this, it's wonderful stuff by Tom Kite , and some great nuggets from the great Harvey Penick. I thoroughly recommend this book, How to Play Consistent Golf by Tom Kite . Thanks for joining us on golfchannel.com, for the best in golf instructions, I'm Martin Hall you've been watching the extended version of Martin's Library. For more tips, and drills to help your game, tune in to School of Golf, Tuesdays at 7 and