Perry helps amateur golfer hit solid iron shots
Three-time Memorial Tournament champion Kenny Perry gives tips to amateur golfer Mike to help him make solid contact with his irons and driver.
Brooke: Stop the top shot
Golf Channel Academy Lead Coach Kelley Brooke compares golfers to other athletes to demonstrate how to coil effectively in the backswing.
Puterbaugh: Brush the grass drill
Golf Channel Academy Lead Coach Kip Puterbaugh shares a tip for better ball striking he learned from Harvey Penick.
DiJulia: No slacking in the short game
Golf Channel Academy Lead Coach Dom DiJulia teaches how an arm position change can improve your chipping and pitching.
Dom DiJulia: Solid contact made simple
Golf Channel Academy Lead Coach Dom DiJulia teaches three keys to reducing your mishits.Thanks for joining me on Golf Channel Academy. I'm your coach, Coach Dom DiJulia. Golf can be fun. Golf can also be really frustrating. Hitting. Whether you're hitting the ball solid or not, that makes the difference. It's a whole lot more fun when we're hitting the ball solid. Not as much fun when we're mis-hitting the ball. I have one key concept , and three fundamentals to help you hit the ball more solid. That concept is distance from the ball. If I were to
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.is a little restriction of the hips and trying very much, the upper body really can't coil as efficiently as we would like. So, David, the first fix we wanna apply here, I want you to