Accuracy Tips & Drills
The Golf Fix: Michael and Holly - Driving Accuracy
Michael Breed, Host of The Golf Fix and his guest, Holly Sonders give advice for improving your driving accuracy. Download our instruction app from iTunes or Google play
Zach Johnson: Improve Your Accuracy
Zach Johnson helps you dial it in for more accurate shots.
Larry Nelson - Driving accuracy tip - Golf Channel Academy
Larry Nelson gives a tip for improving driving accuracy. For more 'Golf Channel Academy' show content, click here .
Tee it up with Tiger: Distance vs. Accuracy
Tiger Woods and Anthony Kim discuss the balance between distance and accuracy, and explain how often one must be sacrificed for the other.
Player's grip tips for straighter drives
Gary Player on how the proper grip can help you stop slicing your driver. For more tips, visit GolfChannel.com/ChampionsTourLearningCenter .would have thought he learned how to play his golf on a Harley Davidson motorbike. So we got him to put it back there, put that thumb on the shaft, but have that, so you can
School of Golf: Face it for fairways
School of Golf’s Martin Hall and Blair O’Neal teach how a slight change to your downswing can improve your driving accuracy. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 8PM ET.Thanks for joining us on Golf Channel Academy. I'm Blair O'Neal along side of professor Martin Hall here to get you playing your best golf. Well, here's something I've struggled. go with over the last few years. Driving the ball on the fairway all the time, so I'm going to just change places for a moment. You're going to do the hitting but I want to show you something. If the club face is closing too late and too Rapidly in the hitting area. If the face of the club, albeit with a reasonably good-looking golf swing , is going from very open, very late, to very closed, very early, a lot of sort of wrist action about the time
School of Golf: Drive it straight like Calvin Peete
School of Golf host Martin Hall gives a lesson on what made Calvin Peete the straightest driver in PGA Tour history. From School of Golf March 16, 2014 episode.Throughout the show we've been teasing on the straightest driver in the PGA Tour history and that player is, that player is Calvin Peete. Calvin Peete, a remarkable golfer. Didn't start until his 20s, had a broken arm that never set properly, The most successful African American golfer before the emergence of Tiger Woods . He had 12 PGA Tour wins, including a 1985 Player's Championship. And he led the Tour in drive and accuracy ten straight years from 1981 to 1990.
School of Golf: Drive it like G-Mac
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Sara Brown teach a simple way to become more accurate off the tee. Watch School of Golf Tuesdays 8PM ET on Golf Channel.a bookie. I like for the at Harbortown, I like 2013 champion Graeme McDowell . He's a very straight hitter of the golf ball a wonderful putter, obviously can play under pressure, we've seen that in his Ryder Cup career. I like it and there's a couple of things that he does with his golf swing that I think are great. He's obviously very in tune with his ball swipe tendencies. I've watched him hit balls when they'vebut if you tend to draw it and you're playing a tight golf course , make practice swings that would have a fade. If you tend to fade it, make practice swings that would have a draw. So I tend to leak the ball to the right. So my practice swings tend to be. A little bit more. We've actually got the 18th here at the Heritage right here, the famous lighthouse in the distance. So I've made my practice swings. I'm the dead opposite actually of Graeme McDowell because I need to do that otherwise I'd be visiting the weeds on the right. And I'm gonna hit one. And then
The Golf Fix: Accurate weight shift
Michael Breed, host of The Golf Fix, shows how taking a step towards your target can be the drill to make you a better ball striker. Watch The Golf Fix Mondays at 7PM ET.forward movement in the weight. You're gonna get the shaft of the golf club to lean forward. You'll find that the strike is very compressed, that the shaft because it has some lean, you get the center of the face, and will start getting some real distance in that. So remember this drill when you're working on being a little bit straighter. You wanna hit a little bit farther, just make sure that the shaft is leaning by getting some weight distribution going forward. The other thing you can do to improve your game, every Monday night. It's called the Golf Fix. I'm Michael
GCA: Sutton's driving accuracy tip
Major Champion Hal Sutton teaches you why accuracy is more important than distance.swings in you. Make sure you don't hit them all on the driving range ." So, I worked in to my game that if I hit two or thee really good drives with my driver, that's all I needed to see. What I see you all do mostly on the range is you love to see the driver. You like to hit a bunch of them, you like to see it go a long ways. Let's not worry about that. It takes a lot of effort to hit a good driver. Hold it down, hit a lot of irons, get a few drivers that you like, and then let's go to the golf course with that.
Tip for Driving Accuracy
Michael Breed, host of 'The Golf Fix', shares a tip for driving it straight on the 16th hole at TPC Sawgrass. Download our instruction app from iTunes or Google play