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Imagine playing a casual round of golf with a legendary player such as Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Nick Faldo, Ray Floyd, Colin Montgomerie, Juli Inkster and Laura Davies? Those are just a few of the former greats and current stars of the PGA and LPGA tours who have taken viewers inside the ropes as they make their way around a course, discussing such things as shot setup, club selection, strategy and other helpful hints and tips. It's a priceless lesson, a chance to dissect a pro's thought process as he or she executes all manner of shots.

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Multiple time PGA Tour winner James Hahn braves a windy day and displays how his on-course strategy changes when dealing with the elements. Hahn explains the different adjustments to make depending on the direction of the wind.
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PGA Tour standout Wyndham Clark goes in depth with his on-course strategies. Wyndham gives insight into how he plays par 5's aggressively and shows unique viewpoints on when it is worth it to lay-up on par 3's.
aired 15 days ago
Collin Morikawa joins Jim "Bones" Mackay on the course to show how he thinks his way around the links.
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Multiple-time PGA Tour winner Pat Perez shows how to still score low while not hitting the long ball. Additionally, Perez goes in depth to show how important it is to get your eyes at the right angle to see the line in putting.
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2018 NCAA Individual Champion, Jennifer Kupcho, discusses preparations for the 2019 NCAA Women's Golf Championships and her LPGA debut as a professional.
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Sean Foley plays alongside LPGA Tour star Pernilla Lindberg to discuss her strategies and techniques that work for her on the big stage.
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Major champion Lexi Thompson teams up with Sean Foley to show you how she maximizes distance off the tee and thinks through scoring opportunities. Lexi also shares how her confident putting stroke has led to nine LPGA victories.
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Collin Morikawa joins Jim Mackay on the course to show how he thinks his way around the links. From Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort in Nevada.
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Jon Rahm shows how he uses his supreme power and touch around the greens to go low on the course. Rahm goes in depth to show how to strategically break down long putts into segments for an accurate read.
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Masters champion Danny Willett goes in-depth on accounting for wind, adjusting play from a divot or behind a tree, and going for a par-5 from the fairway as opposed to a fairway bunker.
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PGA Tour winner Cameron Champ shows how he goes about playing the game, takes on a drivable par-4 and explains how he is able to use distance as a weapon and a strategy.
aired 329 days ago
Tony Finau joins instructor Sean Foley on the course for an "inside the ropes" look at one of golf's longest hitters. Finau shares his insight on how he manages his way around the course from tee to green.
aired 330 days ago
Sean Foley visits his former student and former world number one ranked amateur Ollie Schniederjans in Atlanta, Georgia. Ollie, discusses his ability to launch the ball over 300 yards and how to convert important putts from inside 10 feet.
aired 336 days ago
Sean Foley plays alongside Shubhankar Sharma to discover strategies and techniques that work for him on the big stage, and to show viewers what they can incorporate on their home courses.
aired 336 days ago
Three-time winner on the PGA TOUR Brendan Steele welcomes Sean Foley to Shady Canyon, where Steele highlights all facets of his game. From exceptional distance and accuracy off the tee, to great iron play to a unique approach around the greens.
aired 336 days ago
The 2017 RBC Heritage winner Wesley Bryan shares his best instruction tips and drills. Bryan breaks down how he became one of the TOUR's best from inside 100 yards and how he executes from varying lies around the golf course.
aired 336 days ago
PGA winner Kevin Chappell plays the final stretch of iconic Bay Hill with renowned instructor Sean Foley; how Chappell finds the fairway when he needs to and makes putts under pressure.
aired 336 days ago
2016 European Ryder Cup player Matthew Fitzpatrick shares his best tips, drills and instruction as he navigates the beautiful Loblolly in Hobe Sound, Florida.
aired 336 days ago
The 2-time World Long Drive champion, Tim Burke, joins Sean Foley for a look at one of golf's longest drivers. Burke, a former college baseball player, turned his unique ability to drive the golf ball a long way into a world-class career.
aired 336 days ago
Bryson DeChambeau joins instructor Sean Foley to discuss DeChambeau's unique scientific approach to the game. He shares what factors he considers before each shot, how he makes his club choices, and his method for reading greens.
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As it did with its Arnold Palmer film project "Arnie," Golf Channel pays tribute to another legendary figure in the game: 18-time major champion and World Golf Hall of Famer Jack Nicklaus. Succinctly titled "Jack," the three-part biopic is a product of nearly 100 interviews and hundreds of hours of archived film, blending recollections from Nicklaus, as well as his playing competitors, family members, sports legends, business partners, and childhood friends, along with golf and sports media. It begins with Nicklaus' upbringing and his early golf successes, continues with a look at his many on-course career accolades, and concludes by focusing on his lasting legacy as an ambassador to the sport. Additionally, "Jack" features other "Greats of All-Time" in their respective sport, each weighing in on Nicklaus' impact on the larger sporting landscape, including Wayne Gretzky, Richard Petty, Jerry Rice, Annika Sorenstam and Kelly Slater.
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.