Tiger in 2000: Woods explains 'go-to' shot
Tiger Woods and Butch Harmon explain why every golfer needs to have 'go-to' shot. This classic Academy Live video is from April 11, 2000.you, Butch knows this, I really wasn't feeling as comfortable with my golf swing as I should have been. The day before I was feeling great. That morning I was hitting a lot of loose shots
Tiger in 2000: Combat the 'Olé swing'
Tiger Woods and Butch Harmon discuss the swing changes Woods made after winning the 1997 Masters. This classic Academy Live video is from April 11, 2000.take them through what you've done. OK. Let's see. We've changed my left hand grip, made it a little bit weaker. We've, what do you call it, narrowed my stance a little bit, try to get the club up a little earlier. Keep the club head in front of my hands a little longer. Going back higher right arm. And from there round off to left arm. Make it a little flatter at the top. Left wrist . Left arm up a little higher. Then from there get the club down in front of me. From there I can arc it off with a little bit of a bow in my left hand . Nice short follow-through. What does ark it off mean? The swing plan is on an arc. And what you want to do
Tiger in 2000: Wedge distance control
Tiger Woods explains the swing drill he learned from his father for controlling wedge shot distance. This classic Academy Live video is from April 11, 2000.and so on. And from there, when I'm out there on the golf course and I've got a number that I like for each position on the clock, I go ahead and just hit it.
Tiger in 2000: Least favorite swing drill
Tiger Woods and Butch Harmon explain the swing drill that Woods hated to do to Peter Kessler. This classic Academy Live video is from April 11, 2000.him. Now to get that feeling, and this is good for the average golfer who's watching, here's the guy who's the best putter in the world. Who hits more balls than anybody on the planet, and it's taken him over a year to feel comfortable with that. True. Hitting thousands of balls, where the recreational golfer takes one lesson for 30 minutes from their local PGA pro, and they just figure they've got it. They've got it made by doing that. And so it just tells you how hard you have work at this game. This man Works harder than anyone I've ever seen. Greg Norman , when I worked with him, was the hardest worker I've ever seen until Tiger came along, and he works harder than even
Tiger in 2000: Funny grip story with Butch
Tiger Woods and Butch Harmon share a funny story about grip pressure with Peter Kessler. This classic Academy Live video is from April 11, 2000.a little lesson from Crenshaw. You know, and Crenshaw got that from Bobby Jones who liked to feel that When he was set up over the putter so you could literally tap the putter with your
The Golf Fix: B. Harmon on fundamentals, club speed
Michael Breed sits down with legendary swing coach Butch Harmon at the PGA Show to talk about the importance of fundamentals in golf. Watch The Golf Fix Mondays at 8PM ET.set up. I'll tell you a story about. Oh, five years ago, Ernie Els came to me for some help. And he was hitting some 7 irons on my range in Vegas, the Rio Senco, and he was literally aimed 20 yards to the right. Now, this is Ernie Els , one of the best players in the world, and I told him he was aiming that far to the right. He goes,
School of Golf: Commit to hit
School of Golf's Martin Hall shares a tip from Butch Harmon that encourages players to commit to their hit when chipping. Watch School of Golf Wednesday at 7PM ET.Teachers Hall of Fame. And that of course would be the great Butch Harmon . The it's a DVD actually. It's Butch Harmon About Golf. And it's a fabulous DVD that goes literally from the driver. Due to the putter. But he has some veryjust accelerating the hands and arms, but accelerating the body. So, for Butch Harmon . Ball about centered, weight maybe favoring the lead side just a little bit. But I'm going to try and commit to the
Playing Lessons: Jimmy Walker training with Butch Harmon
Jimmy Walker tells the story of how he started training with Butch Harmon. Watch Playing Lessons Tuesday 7PM ET on Golf Channel.2013. Things started really coming together on the PGA tour . You were feeling better playing better, You switched over to Butch Harmon I did. I switched over with Butch in 12 and really started to kinda see it all start to come together. I
While We're Still Young: Paula Creamer
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The Golf Fix: Wendy's 3 Tour Challenge Clinic - Part 1 - December 3, 2012
PGA Tour player Nick Watney, Champions Tour players Tom Lehman and Fred Funk and LPGA players Stacy Lewis and Natalie Gulbis come together at the Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge to improve your golf game. Steve Sands and Butch Harmon host.next 30 minutes. Lots of different golf shots. One of your guys, Nick Watney , will be starting this off. -Well, I'll tell you what. It's fantastic. We got Nick Watney gonna talk about driver, and we got Stacy Lewis, the player of the year on the LPGAs who's gonna talk about some wedge play, pitching stuff around the greens. We got Tom Lehman who's gonna tell us stuff. This is a great show. -It's gonna be fantastic. Let's start it off with what we think is probably the most exciting part of the game as far as amateurs are concerned, watching the best players in the world try to hit it as far as they can off the tee. -That's exciting for you. I have seen your drive. But this guy over here can really drive it. Nick Watney . He is one of the best drivers in the game. -Nick, you play a lot of pro-amateurs, you make your way through59 on Sunday in Malaysia when he won the CIMB Classic. That's Nick Watney . Thank you very much for joining us here on this special edition of the Golf Fix at the Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge. Coming up, Stacy Lewis is gonna hit some wedges from 80 to 100 yards. How to get the ball a little bit closer to the hole from that distance? Also, Tom Lehman is gonna show a very difficult shot to us, how to improve our play from a fairway bunker. But right now, Fred Funk is gonna teach us how to hit it straight down the boulevard off the tee. -You know, you'd probably pick me foryear on the LPGA Tour. Coming up in a couple of minutes, Tom Lehman is gonna jump into a fairway bunker and show us exactly how to improve on that aspect of the game. You don't
The Golf Fix: Wendy's 3 Tour Challenge Clinic - Part 2 - December 3, 2012
PGA Tour players Davis Love III and Jason Day, Champions Tour player Bernhard Langer and LPGA players Cristie Kerr and Natalie Gulbis come together at the Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge to improve your golf game. Steve Sands and Butch Harmon host.be back with more in a couple of minutes but first, here's Natalie Gulbis with another putting tip. -One tip that might help you make more 5-footers is after you've already read the putt to use.been a special half-hour. We hope you've enjoyed watching Davis Love III, Bernhard Langer , Cristie Kerr, Natalie Gulbis , also Jason Day. Mark, thank you for joining us. Butch Harmon, I'm Steve Sands for all of us here in Las Vegas
School of Golf Extended Martin's Library - Three Important Playing Lessons
School of Golf host Martin Hall pulls “Butch Harmon's Playing Lessons” from his library to share tips for players of all skill levels. Click HERE for more School of Golf content.I'm Martin Hall. You're watching School of Golf Extended Library. My book, Butch Harmon's Playing Lessons, a wonderful book. Talks about how to play of every standard, scratch, medium handicap, high handicap, negotiate 18 holes. It'shit to the middle of the green. That was free tips from Butch Harmon's Playing Lessons. It's definitely gonna help you score lower. It's a good read. I heartily recommend it. Thanks for joining us on GolfChannel.com for the best in golf instruction. I'm Martin Hall. You've been watching Extended Version of Martin's Library. For more tips and drills, go to Help Your Game, tune in to School of Golf Tuesdays at 7:00