Winner secrets: Parnevik's pitch shot pointers
2016 Insperity Invitational champion Jesper Parnevik teaches how he pulled off a key pitch shot that helped him win his first PGA TOUR Champions event.
Bowe: Dead arm swings
Golf Channel Academy Lead Coach Ed Bowe shares a tip that helped a young Tiger Woods improve his wedge play.
Ask a Champion: Sindelar gives wedge shot advice
Seven-time PGA Tour winner Joey Sindelar helps Michael Jones from Michigan who submitted a question on the Golf Channel Academy Facebook page about executing a 40 to 50 yard wedge shot under pressure. Connect with the legends of the game by visiting Golf Channel Academy on Facebook and using @GCA on Twitter.
School of Golf: Distance control wedge play tips
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Sara Brown explain launch angle and smash factor terms, and show how the 60-40-50 drill can improve your wedge play distance control. Watch School of Golf on Golf Channel.
Downhill lie? Weight forward, grip down
Chris DiMarco explains the downhill shot that almost cost Justin Thomas the victory at the 2015 CIMB Classic. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.and basically, win that, take that tournament back. Yeah, with someone like Adam Scott right behind him, a huge first win there for Justin Thomas in Malaysia. We'll
Graham, Trevino share wedge play secrets
2015 World Golf Hall of Fame Inductee David Graham and World Golf Hall of Famer Lee Trevino share secrets for better wedge play. Watch Champions Tour Learning Center on Golf Channel.
Travis Fulton: Quantify your improvement
Travis Fulton, Director of Instruction for TOUR Academy TPC Sawgrass, teaches how to get the most out of your practice.are the things that you want to discover and take to the golf course .
Travis Fulton: Better wedge play
Travis Fulton, Director of Instruction for TOUR Academy TPC Sawgrass, teaches how to knock it close with your wedges.Thanks for joining me on Golf Channel Academy. I'm Travis Fulton, Director of Instruction for Tour Academy TPC Sawgrass and I wanna talk to you about approach wedge play. And when I say approach wedge play, that could be anywhere from say, 50, 60, on out to 120 yards for some of you. These are scoring shots with our wedges, and the key concept here is proximity to the hole. If you can hit the golf ball closer to the hole. Then you can make more putts. And we're talking about proximity to the hole we have to have control of the club face through impact. The most common error with approach wedge play is at impact is we lose our spine angle. We get too active with the feet, or the right foot comes up to the toe quickly like this, and then our hips kind of move in towards the golf ball and then we have to manufacture the face this way, and we lose proximity. That way. So what I wanna do is,
Wedge-ucation: Pressel on distance control
Morgan Pressel shares the keys to controlling spin with her wedges for consistent distance.back to 2007 a very good year for you. You won your major championship at the new A&A Inspiration the old Kraft Nabisco . Your wedge play Saturday and Sunday on the 18th hole. It was as if you played the hole backwards. You laid up
Consistency the key to Lewis' game
Kelly Tilghman, Rex Hoggard, Travis Fulton and Claude Harmon III take a look at Stacy Lewis on the range Wednesday at the Wegmans LPGA Championship. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.for stabilization and I think it's one of the things that the average golfer that I see that struggles specifically with their wedge, that they try to hit them too hard. Right. And I think you
Rymer's thoughts: Useful tips for your wedge game
Charlie Rymer shows Holly Sonders what amateurs can do with their wedge when the ball is well above their feet. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.with that yesterday. -Now, Brian Stuard is the leader, has a one stroke lead heading in to moving day to day. What can we learn from him? -Well, I'll tell you what we've learned from him is he likes classic golf courses in exotic locations. Check this out folks, he has four top fives, the OHL Classic down in Mayakoba, obviously in Mexico, an exotic location , tied for fourth in the Puerto Rico Open. He finished here-fifth here last year. In 2010, he finished second, OHL classic, at Mayakoba. And the other thing is this, that he finished just outside the top five at Greenbrier last season, another classic golf course, obviously not an exotic location but this is about as exotic as it gets and to have the combination of exotic and classic on a rock in the Pacific Ocean to me really, really incredible. There's something about Brian Stuard and these locations. He says he likes the classic designs, very comfortable and you put him near a beach and the man can play some golf. -It's interesting isn't it? -And I think it's-I think it's all about attitude because sometimes you go to these golf courses and they might have a little bit of a resort-type feel. There might be golf courses you get a lot of outside play. Some players can have a bad attitude about that. You're also dealing with a lot of grain, a lot of wind. He seems to have a really good attitude