Woody Austin : Forward Press for Swing Success
Woody Austin shares why he likes to use a forward press move to get his swing started.
Woody Austin : Two Ways to Play
Woody Austin shows two ways to play from just off the green.
Woody Austin : Preventing the Pull
Woody Austin explains the hows and whys behind pulling the ball.
Woody Austin : Drive the Green!
Woody Austin shares his swing technique for driving the ball as far as he possibly can.
Lindsey Bergeon Exit Interview - Big Break Mexico
know attached to hit the whole way through. And they're just great people and you know. The other two teams are just as Austin sustained baggage and is the worst part. And Jason. Talk about him Well I Jason and I have you know we're really close becausegreat people and you know. The other two teams are just as Austin sustained -- baggage and is the worst part. And Jason. Talk about him -- Well I Jason and I -- have you
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Hotels & Resorts. The properties are Barton Creek Resort in Austin , La Costa Resort in Carlsbad, The Homestead in Virginia ..... which doubles as a resort and 72-hole private club in Austin , is the largest operation of the bunch. .
For the perfect dad: Father's Day gift guide
delightful tale of Jack Nicklaus' lifelong coach Jack Grout written by his son? It's all here. 1. Criquet shirts Criquet is an Austin , Texas-based startup company founded in 2010 that combines old-school prep with quality, environmentally friendly fabrics
113th U.S. Open tee times for Rounds 1 and 2
8:06AM: , Charlotte, N.C.; a-Steven Fox, Hendersonville, Tenn.; , South Africa 1:47PM-8:17AM: TBD; , Austin , Texas; , Quincy, Ill. 1:58PM-8:28AM: , Lexington, Ky.; Yoshinobu Tsukada, Japan; Eddie Pepperell, England
U.S. Open sectional qualifying scores
Madison, Wis. - 67S-67N--134 Shawn Stefani, Baytown, Texas - 68S-66N--134 , Jupiter, Fla. - 69S-68N--137 , Austin , Texas - 69S-68N--137 Brandon Crick, McCook, Neb. - 70S-68N--138 Scott Langley, Manchester, Mo. - 71S-67N
Sister, sister: Nelly, 14, and Jessica Korda in USWO
LPGA winners Laura Diaz, , Janice Moodie and Jennifer Rosales. Other LPGA pros qualifying include Irene Cho, Paz Echeverria, Austin Ernst, Nicole Jeray, Tiffany Joh, Felicity Johnson, Taylore Karle, Maude-Aimee LeBlanc, Amelia Lewis, , , Jane Park
Quarterfinals matches for the 2013 NCAA Championship
Capital City Club’s Crabapple Course: Match 1: No. 1 seed Cal vs. No. 8 Arizona State 10 a.m.: Michael Weaver vs. Austin Quick 10:09: Joel Stalter vs. Max Rottluff 10:18: Max Homa vs. Trey Ka’ahanui 10:27: Michael Kim vs. Spencer
Li, 10, qualifies for U.S. Women's Amateur Publinx
also 10 years old when she qualified for the event in 2000. This year’s championship will be held June 17-22 at Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club in Norman, Okla. In February, the USGA announced that the men’s and women’s Publinx would no longer be conducted
School of Golf: Junior Academy-Chipping tips for juniors
chipping tip for juniors, I'm joined by Austin Chara Chela. Did I say it properly ..... do a little chipping tip here. Now, Austin is a pretty good player. There's no ..... scores. No doubt about it. -Yes. -Now Austin , in chipping-- I don't know whetherto help us with the chipping tip for juniors, I'm joined by Austin Chara Chela. Did I say it properly? -Yes. -Welcome. Thank you for joining us on the set today. We're gonna do a little chipping tip here. Now, Austin is a pretty good player. There's no question about that. But we all need a bit of coaching from time to time. The short game is so important if you're going to be a junior. The short game is what gives you the low, low scores. No doubt about it. -Yes. -Now Austin , in chipping-- I don't know whether you do or not-- but everybody could do with a bit of this. It's like chippingI want a little bit of giving the wrist going back there, Austin . -Okay. -Left foot, right toe, right hand off after impact. I love it. Now, let's see you do that with a ball.
11-win Cal headlines 30-team NCAA field
Klava, South Alabama Tempe Regional Teams: UCLA, Georgia, UCF, Texas A&M, Arizona State Individual: Dustin Korte, Austin Peay State Columbus Regional Teams: New Mexico, Auburn, South Carolina, UNLV, Texas Tech Individual: Denny McCarthy
U.S. Open local qualifying results
Nichols - MEMPHIS, TENN. 78 05/15/13 AUSTIN , TEXAS - THE HILLS COUNTRY CLUB Daniel ..... Garza (a) - MEXICO 70 Dylan Everett - AUSTIN , TEXAS 70 Daniel McGurk - THE WOODLANDS ..... KELLER, TEXAS 71 A - Mark T. Anderson - AUSTIN , TEXAS 72 A - Trey Wilkins - SUGAR LAND, TEXAS
U.S. Women's Open sectional qualifying results
DRUID HILLS GOLF CLUB Jane Park - RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIF. 143 Macarena Silva - CHILE 143 Laura Diaz - SCOTIA, N.Y. 144 Austin Ernst - SENECA, S.C. 145 Amelia Lewis - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 145 - CONWAY, S.C. 146 Jennifer Rosales - PHILIPPINES 146
Field set for NCAA Women's Championship
and first since 2007. They were six shots clear of runner-up Oklahoma, while the other six teams to advance at the Jimmy Austin Golf Course in Norman, Okla., were Mississippi State, Florida, Arizona State, UC-Davis, Wisconsin and Michigan State
Teams, individuals announced for NCAA regionals
Chris Gilbert (Kansas), Mitchell McLeroy (Stephen F. Austin State), Pep Angles (Central Arkansas), Patrick Newcomb ..... North Carolina, Arizona State, Kennesaw State, Arizona, Austin Peay State, New Mexico State, Lehigh Individuals: Glen Scher
Teams, individuals set for Women's Regionals
Augusta State; Isabel Southard, Boston College; Shu-Yin Liu, Tulsa; Kristina Merkle, Tulsa Central Regional: Jimmie Austin Golf Club in Norman, Okla. Duke, Oklahoma, Florida, Washington, Arizona State, UC Davis, Texas Tech, North Carolina
School of Golf: Going the distance
please? -Well, I'm going to have Mike Austin help us bomb it. -Okay. -Legendary ..... turn level. I did for a long time. Mike Austin way back when realized "no, they don ..... The right leg should extend, said Mike Austin , as the left knee flexes going back andyou help me bomb it, please? -Well, I'm going to have Mike Austin help us bomb it. -Okay. -Legendary hitter of the ball. 515 yards at-- -Wow. -age 64. Averaged over 300 yards at age 77. Way ahead of his time. He has some very interesting thoughts on the golf swing. He's not with us anymore, but I'm sure if we could dial upstairs and talk to him and talk about hip action, he'd say, "Aye, that's what they need, a better hip action." So many people think that the hip should turn level. I did for a long time. Mike Austin way back when realized "no, they don't." As you swing back, the left hip should go down. And then as you swing through, the right hip should go down. Now, keep in the right knee flexed in the back swing. It needs to be a sacred cow and it's one we should slay. If distance is your want, you should not try and keep your right knee flexed on the backswing. The right leg should extend, said Mike Austin , as the left knee flexes going back and then vice-versa. So, the hips actually work on a tilt. -Uh-huh. -That's his compound pivot. So, it's left hip down, left hip up. That adds a lot of pop. That's a lot of pop-- -Nice. -to the golf ball when you're doing that. Understanding that, the other thing Mike Austin said for sure was the downswing is a step and a throw. Now, for him, his step-- we've heard about the step.right hip out to right field out to 10 o'clock. So, Mike Austin would say that the downswing is definitely a step than a throw. -Okay. -It's not a pull. I think he said it's a not church bell pull. You're not harpooning. You're not pulling down with the left arm. You are throwing it around the circle and you are stepping and throwing it around the circle. And the one thing I clearly remember from Mike Austin as well was he would say at the end of the swing if you really want to bash it, finish with your chest up. I've got my marker here. You're going to finish with the chest up. It's extension of the spine. He was years ahead of his time. -That was like a-- -Anything you can find on Mike Austin is going to help you hit the ball farther no doubt. -Very nice. And time to take a Facebook question from the
School of Golf: Junior Academy-Swing tips for juniors
great tip for juniors, I'm joined by Austin Chara Chela. Did I say it properly? -Yes. -I did. Okay, Austin , one of the things that just about all ..... sometimes, in an effort to hit the ball far, Austin , you and every other youngster, youto help us with a great tip for juniors, I'm joined by Austin Chara Chela. Did I say it properly? -Yes. -I did. Okay, Austin , one of the things that just about all youngsters would like to do is power that ball miles. And in so doing, sometimes, they get moving their body too much. -Yes. -So, I've got a sort of a balancing drill, balance you to make sure you don't use your body too much. Actually, this drill should be done by all juniors. It really should. It's been done by many major champions indeed and here's how this drill goes. Because, sometimes, in an effort to hit the ball far, Austin , you and every other youngster, you'll get sort of swinging yourself a bit too much-- -Yeah. -and not swinging, you miss the
School of Golf: Junior Academy-Putting tips for juniors
putting tip for juniors, I'm joined by Austin Chara Chela. Welcome to the Golf Channel ..... I hear you're quite the player. Now Austin , putting is very important-- -Yes ..... only about 120 million people watching Austin . -[unk]. -Nothing to be concernedto help us with a putting tip for juniors, I'm joined by Austin Chara Chela. Welcome to the Golf Channel, young man. -Thank you. -I hear you're quite the player. Now Austin , putting is very important-- -Yes it is. -just in case you didn't know that and as a matter of fact, I recentlydon't want you to worry, there's only about 120 million people watching Austin . -[unk]. -Nothing to be concerned about. Nice looking putting stroke there actually. I like people when they're putting to actually look at the target. It's a bit of a preference of mine, but I think it helps people feel the distance the ball's going to go. Nice looking stroke. Okay, here we go Austin Chara Chela. This one's for the first tee, make it a goodie young man, fist bump if it goes in. Now two
School of Golf: Junior Academy-Hitting Straighter tips for juniors
hearing a lot in the upcoming years. Austin Cherichello, did I say it properly ..... re on worldwide television right here, Austin Cherichello. Let's have a look at your ..... I said has anybody said anything about Austin 's grip, thinking that someone woulda name you're gonna be hearing a lot in the upcoming years. Austin Cherichello, did I say it properly? -Yes. You did. -Yes, you gotta learn that name. How old are you? -11. -11. Ion this side. Yes, that's you. You're on worldwide television right here, Austin Cherichello. Let's have a look at your golf swing, young man, and it's a very nice looking swing and it's a particularlytalking to your father and I said has anybody said anything about Austin's grip, thinking that someone would've said to you your grip is too strong. He said yes. His grip was way too weak meaning the back of the hand was to the ground and I suggested he turned his hand over. You've overdone that by some and a bit and I'm actually going to talk to you about the grip in a different way. I don't like talking about turning the hand over, turning it under. -Yes. -There was a great teacher from Austin , Texas called Harvey Penick and he said he hated people twisting the arm. I'm gonna give you a different way to put
School of Golf: Understanding the Pivot - April 25, 2012
of the shirt can go before the arms. I do feel a pull on the arm there. One of my favorite drills come from the great Mike Austin . Gosh, what a character and what a teacher he was. And Mike would say, again, a similar drill, which is a little differentarm there. One of my favorite drills come from the great Mike Austin . Gosh, what a character and what a teacher he was. And Mike would say, again, a similar drill, which is a little
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