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Class is in session with Martin Hall, an award-winning golf teacher who has taught several players on the PGA Tour, Champions Tour and LPGA Tour. Each week his unique teaching style is on display with tips and drills utilizing an in-studio golf simulator. Joined by co-host and former "Big Break" champion Blair O'Neal, Martin also answers plenty of viewer emails and incorporates other forms of social media to help drive the show's content.

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How a hockey stick can simplify one of the most misunderstood terms in golf; advice from Tiger Woods about how to return to the game and avoid rusty play; a lesson on why golfers and football players should both be trying to find the end zone.
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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.
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The School of Golf offers tips and tricks on how to improve your golfing game. Here, all the ways to make sure you can practice like a pro.
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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 tip putt boldly like Arnold Palmer.
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Instructor Martin Hall provides tips and drills utilizing an in-studio golf simulator.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach how to chip it close and save strokes around the green. Martin reveals the short game secrets he picked up working alongside Masters champions Seve Ballesteros, Phil Mickelson, and Raymond Floyd.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach the setup and swing keys to driving it longer and straighter; Martin reveals how to add more power just by changing your grip; a swing tip from Annika Sorenstam; a lesson on how archery can improve your driving.
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How to make solid contact with long irons like Jack Nicklaus in the 1972 U.S. Open, stick wedges like Tiger Woods in the 2000 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, and crush fairway woods like Gary Woodland in the 2019 U.S.Open.
aired 91 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal honor Arnold Palmer and his lasting legacy on golf instruction. They demonstrate the two anchors to Palmer's powerful swing and drills to add a little Arnie to your own game.
aired 91 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal go back to basics to achieve an ideal impact position with feet, hands, hips and shoulders; Martin reveals how a Samurai sword came in handy for Jack Nicklaus throughout his career; full swing extension.
aired 97 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach how to putt like the U.S. Open champion. Learn drills to improve your grip, aim, path and keys to sinking more putts. Martin also discusses what you can learn from Ben Hogan's legendary ball striking.
aired 97 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach great drills that require a partner. Martin also teaches teamwork tips for driving it longer, sticking your approach shots, hitting solid pitch shots, and making more putts.
aired 97 days ago
This lesson features tips on improving drives, chipping and putting, with useful advice for everyone.
aired 120 days ago
What to learn from the best players and shots in 2019. Featuring drills to crush the driver like Rory McIlroy, sink putts like Suzann Pettersen, and play under pressure like Shane Lowry; what Tiger Woods said about a key shot in the Masters.
aired 121 days ago
A look at some skills from the players, shots and courses in the FedExCup Playoffs, including tips from Tiger Woods and Bryson Dechambeau.
aired 124 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal will reveal ways to gain distance like some of golf's greatest champions. Learn a simple back swing move used by Jack Nicklaus, exercises to increase club head speed and power tips from a book by Sam Snead.
aired 127 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal give a guide to indoor swing practice. Martin teaches how a chair can improve body movements and how ping pong paddles can train hands. Martin also gives a 3-point plan for better arm action.
aired 133 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach how to get up and down from a variety of distances and lies around the green.
aired 140 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal bust myths about the swing and putting stroke; how to shape shots like Ben Hogan.
aired 147 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal show why the body is the engine that drives the swing and why the body action of legends like Ben Hogan and Sam Snead still applies today.
aired 155 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal take the fear out of golf's scariest shots, covering grip changes, pitch shots off of bad lies and how to navigate tree trouble.

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