First tee pressure: Focus on a specific target
Chris DiMarco and Phil Blackmar share advice on how to deal with nerves on the first tee.
Draw vs. fade: How to shape tee shots
John Cook and Charlie Rymer share tips for shaping your tee shots. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Travis Fulton's Quick Fixes for Tee and Approach Shots
Travis Fulton, using Paige Mackenzie as an example, gives a few quick fixes when hitting a tee shot and an approach shot onto the green. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Reasons for driver miss, No.3: Forward ball position
Travis Fulton shares why having the ball too far forward in your stance can cause you to miss hitting the fairway off the tee. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.
Reasons for driver miss, No.1: Steep attack angle
Travis Fulton shares why a steep angle of attack can cause you to miss hitting the fairway off the tee. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.accuracy. You, you obviously were one of the straightest driver of the golf ball that I knew when I was covering you regularly on tour. Is this what you do? You know, yeah, to, to a point I think that one of the things that you're saying for the, for the amateurs at home that come down too far, creates that slice. Mm-hm. That they normally see, right? when you think, if you're coming in kinda steep you're gonna create that left to right shape It does, tends to, yep And if you're kinda hanging back and hitting it up, its gonna draw a little bit. For me I, I, I always, a little, maybe one degree down, is what I am. So I, I like to see the ball drop a little to the right. That's just, for me, the way it is. And with that, normally takes the left side of the golf, out of the golf course , out of my view. Mm-hm. So I can aim up the left side, go as hard as I want, and then the ball's gonna cut back to the fairway. If my misses go right, I can live with that. So that's what made me a good driver of the golf ball : eliminating one side of the golf course . We've heard a lot from Travis on how to hit it straighter. Had to find more fair ways so if you could
Driving tip: How to boom it like Rory
John Cook, Charlie Rymer and Chris DiMarco share tips for drive it long and straight like Rory McIlroy. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.the great long drivers of the golf ball, the Jack Nicklaus's the Greg Normans , the Tiger Woods 2000. Into Adam Scot, Roy McIlroy, they all have something very much in common and they have a wide stance, << Mm-hm.
Annika Sorenstam's Tips for High Pressure Tee Shots
Annika Sorenstam gets into the simulator to show Damon Hack and Paige Mackenzie a few tips on how to take high pressure tee shots. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.you've ever played there. There are a lot of bunkers on that golf course . Or do you hit driver and play aggressively. And my caddie said just aim for the right side. Actually in the rough.back? When you're standing on a tee, say you're at some other golf course . You're picturing. The British open in 2010? Yes, yes. I mean I always talk about Is that a tee? No You're gonna
Reasons for driver miss, No.2: Forearm rotation
Travis Fulton shares why too much or too little forearm rotation cause you to miss hitting the fairway off the tee. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.Let's go to your second reason Yeah. on why people, other than Chris DiMarco Yeah. miss with the driver. Well, Rory's a good example and, what you want is you want to have good form rotation.
How to control foot spins on tee shots like Reed
Paige Mackenzie and Charlie Rymer spoke about Patrick Reed's swing and the way that his front foot spins out on tee shots. Charlie Rymer demonstrated how to protect against that. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.out. -When our left hip spins out, look what happens to my left foot . And the reason you know that you're having this problem, obviously, the foot is coming up and out. And your miss canhe starts feeling the heat and see just how much -Yeah. -That left foot gets up and moves out.