Ask a Champion: Austin's eye focus advice
4-time PGA Tour winner Woody Austin answers a Facebook question about the best way to focus your eyes on the golf ball when hitting a full shot. Connect with Champions Tour Learning Center on the Golf Channel Academy Facebook page or @GCA on Twitter. Watch Champions Tour Learning Center on Golf Channel.
Wyn-win? Spieth aims for second victory in season finale
John Hawkins joins Win McMurry to discuss the 2013 Wyndham Championship, the last event before the start of the FedExCup Playoffs.
Sanderson Farms Championship final round wrap-up
Curt Byrum and Brian Hammons wrap up the action from the final round of the 2013 Sanderson Farms Championship.
Woody Austin: Drive the Green!
Woody Austin shares his swing technique for driving the ball as far as he possibly can.
Notes: Scott's new caddie; Top 100 world courses
For the first time since Colonial in 2011, Adam Scott will have a new caddie on the bag this week at the Sony Open.
Austin gets four-shot penalty for 15 clubs
Woody Austins chances at the PGA Championship took a hit early Friday when he discovered he had exceeded the 14-club rule.
Woody Austin: Preventing the Pull
Woody Austin explains the hows and whys behind pulling the ball.
Woody Austin: My Putting Grip
Woody Austin shares his tour-tested approach for gripping the flat stick.
Woody Austin: Two Ways to Play
Woody Austin shows two ways to play from just off the green.
Woody Austin: Forward Press for Swing Success
Woody Austin shares why he likes to use a forward press move to get his swing started.
Playing Lessons From the Pros: Bloopers
Relive some of the most outrageous and funny moments in Playing Lessons history, including David Feherty, Gary McCord, Woody Austin, Nick Faldo, Padraig Harrington, J.B. Holmes, and several celebrities.-Hi, I'm Jason Gore , here with my good friend Carson Daly. -Hi, I'm Carson Daly. -Hey, that was my line. -Oh, I got you on that. -Alright. -He's-- Jason Gore is a professional golfer, I am not. He is gonna teach me how to play the game of golf. I've known this guy since he was 13 years old and when he was 13, he looked exactly like this. You're gonna learn something today. Should leave the TV stuff to the TV guy. -Yeah. I guess. I'll be over here. -The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of lesser men. -Hey, how are you doing? My name's Tim Herron . -I'm Craig T. Nelson. -This is Playing Lessons with the Pro. And celebrity. -I'm the celebrity. -Blessed is he who shepherds the-Might be a little far. Where did that go? -Hi, my name's Tim Herron , this is Playing Lessons. -I'm Craig T. Nelson-- Were you gonna talk? -No. I quit talking, it's your turn. -Spyglass, beautiful day.Los Angeles or they shoot back. It's not good. -Hello, my name's Tim Herron . -I'm Craig T. Nelson. -This is Playing Lessons. I hope you guys have a good time and we're here at beautiful-- -Spyglass--
Week of redemption
Sean O'Hair wins, John Daly does something he hasn't in six years and Woody Austin finds his touch on the greens. 'Morning Drive' co-hosts Erik Kuselias and Gary Williams tell you what surprised them most in the RBC Canadian Open.describe which is all for this? -Why not? I mean, why not John Daly top tening? Why not Woody Austin having 14-1 putts on Sunday? 22 in his round, top ten for him, very loose, and he hadn't had one in almostwas bad for Sean O'Hair, and it got good in 4 days. John Daly's in top ten. I mean say it aloud, we always say, "Say it aloud." John Daly is in the top ten for the first time since 2005. -And didn't back door the top ten-- -No. -Played hard, grinded, he actually got random drug tested early in the week, didn't talk to the media, stomped off, he had a 4 putt in his round on Friday, stomped off, then Saturday played well, and, oh, he went up in the booth, and shouted. He had a turbulent week, and still top ten? -You can battle, whether you're Sean O'Hair, or John Daly , or anybody else, all you need to do is play well the coming week, and it just continues to go on, and