Teachers Martin Hall shares key golf lessons from various mentors in his career. Learn what Jim Flick taught Martin and Jack Nicklaus about the setup; plus drills he learned working with John Jacobs, Bob Toski, and one of golf's top biomechanics experts.
Martin Hall and Nikki B team up to reveal what to learn from some of golf's other great tandems. Featured: Davis Love III's favorite drill from his father; Bernhard Langer's ball-striking breakthrough with his long-time coach; and anti-slice tips that helped one of Martin's students become a major champion.
Martin Hall and Nikki B teach the setup and swing keys for stopping the slice. Learn how to drive for show and dough with drills involving a wallet and a dollar bill. Martin also uses the Wall of Learning to improve the backswing and downswing.
Martin Hall and Nikki B reveal how amateurs can practice like the best players in the world; learn why Padraig Harrington does the Happy Gilmore drill; and how Ernie Els used a sponge ball to develop his big easy swing. Also, performance coach Iain Highfield teaches the proper way to think and practice to improve the game.
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach the key fundamentals and drills needed to make more putts. Learn how a yardstick can improve the start direction; how bubble wrap helps judge speed; and how to putt boldly like Arnold Palmer. Also, a visit to the island green 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass for a lesson on reading long putts.
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach how to stick it close with iron shots. See how to learn from great ball strikers such as Nick Faldo and Justin Thomas; plus, how laser tag, a hula hoop, and a slot machine can improve iron play.
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach the setup and swing keys to driving it longer and straighter. Included: adding more power just by changing your grip; a swing tip from Annika Sorenstam; a unique lesson on how archery can improve your driving; and a visit from Chris Como to discuss the importance of a good transition, and tips he's picked up on his Swing Expedition.
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal address key learning points from the most iconic shots at Pebble Beach, including how to make solid contact with long irons like Nicklaus; sticking wedges like Tiger; and crushing fairway woods like Gary Woodland in the 2019 U.S. Open. Martin also shares what Tom Watson personally told him about the iconic chip-in at the 1982 U.S. Open.
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal share tips on starting the season hot. Included: how a hockey stick can simplify one of the most misunderstood terms in golf; advice straight from Tiger Woods about how to return to the game and avoid rusty play; a unique lesson on why golfers and football players competing in the Super Bowl should both be trying to find the end zone.