The Golf Fix: 100th Show - April 25, 2011
Michael Breed celebrates his 100th Golf Fix show! Learn three tips for better long game skills. Plus, college coaching legend Lou Holtz and PGA Professional Rick Murphy stop by the set with tips to help you play better on the course. Download our instruction app from iTunes or Google play
McCord: I Don't Have a Mental Game - Feherty Missed Cuts 2012
you can say that. -Man, that's in-- -Simple game. -That's in Wikipedia, okay? -The mental game ? -I don't have a mental game . -Of you course, you don't. -No, and zero. -I mean, what kind of insult is that for Brad
Feherty Missed Cuts - Azinger on Tiger's Mental Game
David and Paul Azinger discuss the mental game and how it affects Tiger in this exclusive Missed Cut from 'Feherty,' Mondays 10PM ET on Golf Channel.
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Improve your thought process to lower your scores
Shooting good scores requires good course management, and SwingFix instructor Bill Schmedes III wants to help you think your way around the course.
Avoid big mistakes like those that doomed Garcia
Tiger Woods won The Players Championship on Sunday, but many will remember the big numbers that Sergio Garcia made coming down the stretch.
Spring has finally sprung so get your game ready
It took longer than normal in most places but spring is finally here, and SwingFix instructor Kandi Comer wants to make sure you're ready for golf season.
Video: Get the job done on a hole like 17 at Sawgrass
The par-3 17th hole at the TPC at Sawgrass can be diabolical. Do you know how to survive the toughest shots you face on your home course?
Forget your score and mix it up to get out of a funk
Some minor changes and new looks might be all that you need to escape from a short-term golf funk, according to SwingFix instructor Andy Griffiths.
Angie Listen To Him: The Haney Project 2012
Hank Haney gives some on-course instruction to model Angie Everhart and the sparks fly. She realizes how important the mental game of golf is. Watch The Haney Project Mondays 9PM ET on Golf Channel.
Focus for fewer strokes
Michael Breed, host of 'The Golf Fix,' shares tips for improving your focus and mental game on the course. Watch 'The Golf Fix' Monday at 7 and 10PM ET.
Test your game by taking on the toughest conditions
make myself better in tougher conditions and to make my mental game stronger, and you should do the same. Consider a few things ..... three-quarter swing for windy days, or to work on your mental game . You will catch bad breaks in the rough due to inconsistent
Rashad: Tiger will be No. 1 for '10 more years'
years that I've ever seen him were everything has come together. I mean, he's such in great shape right now. His mental game is so good. I think he's really gonna go on a run this year and then when you talk to him, he talks about beingcome together. I mean, he's such in great shape right now. His mental game is so good. I think he's really gonna go on a run this year and then when you talk to him, he
School of Golf: Putt for Dough - February 15, 2012
inability to remember. Nothing is worse than dwelling on missed putts." Tiger Woods once said, "The secret to the mental game is to be able to forget the bad shots quickly and remember the good shots for a long, long time." If the mental gremlindwelling on missed putts." Tiger Woods once said, "The secret to the mental game is to be able to forget the bad shots quickly and remember the good shots for a long, long time." If the
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