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Practice makes perfect ... or as close to perfect as anyone ever gets in the relentlessly challenging game of golf. For the pros, that practice time takes place not on the course itself, but by spending hours upon hours banging balls, tinkering with swings and honing routines on the range. That's where Golf Channel takes viewers in this series, an inside-the-ropes look at how players prepare for tournaments. "Morning Drive" co-host Gary Williams moderates a panel that includes analyst Billy Kratzert and instructor Billy Harmon, who discuss players' swings and practice habits as they happen on the range. The series also features interviews with the pros and occasionally eavesdrops on conversations they are having during their sessions.

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An exclusive look as players prepare for THE PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

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