Simpson gives iron play tips for uneven lies
1987 U.S. Open Champion Scott Simpson demonstrates how to hit iron shots when the ball is above and below your feet. For more tips, visit GolfChannel.com/ChampionsTourLearningCenter .
Dana Rader: Swing pointers for downhill lies
Golf Channel Academy Lead Coach Dana Rader give swing pointers for downhill lies to Damon Hack. Watch Morning Drive on golf Channel.
Davis: How to play ball above and below feet
Golf Channel Academy Lead Coach Mike Davis teaches you to embrace uneven lies with these simple tips.
Dana Rader: Swing pointers for uphill lies
Golf Channel Academy Lead Coach Dana Rader give swing pointers for uphill lies to Damon Hack. Watch Morning Drive on golf Channel.
Playing sidehill lies at the PGA Championship
John Cook and Chris DiMarco show off how to play from a sidehill lie like the ones at Whistling Straits for the 2015 PGA Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.there hey John when you mentioned about using the slope with your golf swing is it naturally make your plane a little flatter? Its to yeah Yeah And then when you choke down on the club it also it stiffens the shaft And it gets you swinging on a little bit different arc. And then you just gotta trust that. Don't try to lift. Don't try to do any fancy. Just let the flex of the shaft The loft of the club do what its suppose to do Okay very good. Okay DeMarco Oh great I get To follow that he's got about 15 feet to win the PGA championship . I've got a five wood here Your gonna force a playoff like you did last time around? Yeah I've got a five
Playing uneven lies at Westchester CC
Karen Stupples shows you how to play from uneven lies like those at the hilly Westchester Country Club for the 2015 KPMG Women's PGA Championship. Watch Golf Central on Golf Channel.So what you've gotta do is when you get out on the golf course , you're rarely gonna find a flat lie. And Westchester Country Club is no exception. There's all kinds of lies. There's downhill, right to left, left to right, and all over the place. And
Quick fix: Breed on how to play uneven lies
The Golf Fix’s Michael Breed discusses how to adjust your grip on the club and changes your swing to hit to any distance. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.deal with uneven lines which is inevitable once they get on the golf course ? And that's the reason why they're having such a difficult time getting it from, you know, you have success standing on the practice tee and you're hitting the ball great. Then you go to the golf course . Course and it doesn't go with you. Why? Well its because you are only guaranteed 18 flat lies when you get onto the golf course . The rest of it is gonna be a mess and you have to be able to play in the mess. And so what we're gonna talk about tonight is we're gonna talk about those uneven lies. How you play. The downhill lier. When the ball's below your feet. What are those things? And those are really important adjustments that need to take place or you're going to hit it poorly and think that it is you. It's not you. It's the property. And some of the best golf courses if you're fortunate enough to play em. Have a lot of uneven lies. Yeah. Well. It's already went. One of the most famous golf courses in the world, Augusta National . Yeah. Which the best players have to deal with that annually. Absolutely. I mean if you think about the 14th hole there. You hit that tee shot . And then that ball's running away from you. Right. Now you, you've got a shot were the ball's below your feet. It's such a common thing on all the, the great golf courses. I mean, think about Pebble Beach . Yes. The amount of movement to that property right by the water there. The, there's. It's, it's just everywhere. It's prevalent and
Extra Credit: Uneven lies
School of Golf's Martin Hall teaches the proper to way to set up and swing off uphill and downhill lies. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ETThanks for joining us on Golf Channel Academy. This is school of golf and I'm your teacher Martin Hall. And I'm not standing on level ground which you canthe slope. That's how you do it. Thanks for joining us on Golf Channel Academy for the best in golf instruction. For more great tips like these watch School of Golf. Wednesday nights at 7 p.m.
Keys to playing uneven lies at Chambers Bay
Chris DiMarco and John Cook give you the keys to playing from an uneven lie like those at Chambers Bay for the 2015 U.S. Open. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.in the fairway, quite likely just a little bit short of the fairway bunker that you see there to your right. Players are gonna be looking at mid, maybe some short irons for the longer hitters. To green is on a little bit of a diagonal from left to right, and certainly has some slope. From left to right. Now I know that shots for the folks at home, when the ball is hanging below them, can be really challenging. So we've got Chris DiMarco up on our apparatus, we've got about a 10 or 12 degree slope, right there from left to right. Chris, what do
Augusta's slopes: How to deal with uneven lies
Phil Blackmar, John Cook and Chris DiMarco on the challenges facing players at Augusta National on Sunday. Learn tips on how to deal with sloping, uneven lies and what do when in between clubs on approach shots.the, up into the sky. Or down closer to the ground. Well Augusta National is a place where you have to, be in control of your distance control. You have to. If you're not in, in control of that. If you can't put it the right distance, you're in, gonna be in a lot of trouble on this golf course .
Rough shots: Ball below feet
Phil Blackmar and Craig Perks discuss the keys for playing shots from thick rough when the ball is below your feet.notice how much grass is going to catch the heel of the golf club . That will tend to move the ball to the left out of the rough actually. And when the ball above your feet,