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Class is in session with Martin Hall, an award-winning golf teacher and the winner of Golf Channel's nationwide search in 2010 for the network's next instructor. Each week his unique teaching style is on display with tips and drills utilizing an in-studio golf simulator. He also answers plenty of viewer emails and incorporates other forms of social media to help drive the show's content.

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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal cover everything from tee to green while answering viewer questions.
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Martin Hall shares a drill that helped Jack Nicklaus stop the sway, teaches how Phil Mickelson trains his tempo and reveals why Nick Price used a baseball bat as a swing aid.
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Martin gives a lesson on the role of the lead wrist in the golf swing; 3 tips to improve your short game; a ball striking secret from 3-time Senior Open champion Bernhard Langer; how your shadow can be used as a swing aid.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach how to play links-style golf like an Open Champion. Learn how to handle the wind like 5-time Open Champion Tom Watson, get up-and-down around the green like 3-time Open Champion Gary Player.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal hit the course at The Club at Ibis to teach the shots needed for success on and around the green. Martin also shares short game advice from Jack Nicklaus and Seve Ballesteros.
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Blair O'Neal and Martin Hall cover everything from tee to green.
aired 57 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach the skills you need to putt for dough. Become a Grade A putter with drills to improve your aim, help your alignment and provide accurate feedback.
aired 106 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal hit the range at The Club at Ibis in West Palm Beach, Fla., to teach you how to strike it pure. Martin also gives a unique lesson on how a toothbrush can improve your wedge play.
aired 120 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal reveal how to handle some of the most difficult lies on the golf course. Martin teaches the keys to playing off side hill lies, reveals what to do when plugged in the greenside bunker, and how to play out of a divot.
aired 127 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal discuss making the transition from the driving range to the course; how to turn around a bad round, and dealing with on-course situations.
aired 128 days ago
Learn the setup and swing keys that help Sergio Garcia crush the driver, a tip to chip it close, and a great putting drill from Jack Nicklaus. Martin also shares insider info on how to dial in your swing like 4-time Masters champion Tiger Woods.
aired 128 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal cover everything from tee to green while answering viewer questions.
aired 151 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal celebrate Arnold Palmer Invitational week by paying tribute to the lasting legacy Mr. Palmer left on golf instruction.
aired 158 days ago
Martin Hall covers everything from tee to green while answering viewer questions.
aired 169 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal help improve your game while answering viewer questions.
aired 176 days ago
Fitness tips to improve one's game.
aired 183 days ago
Lessons for specialty shots such as the flop shot and ripping monster drives.
aired 186 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach how numerous Winter Olympic sports can improve your golf game. Learn how downhill skiing, figure skating and hockey can help you hit the ball longer and straighter.
aired 193 days ago
Since it's Super Bowl week, Martin reveals how kicking a football can improve your golf swing. Martin also shares advice from Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, and Harvey Penick.
aired 204 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal head to PGA Show Demo Day at Orange County National to teach how you can shoot your lowest scores ever. Martin shares drills you can do at home, on the range and on the course.
aired 246 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal honor the best players and shots from the year in golf with the 2017 Martini Awards. Learn wedge play skills that helped Justin Thomas capture the PGA Championship; get up-and-down from the bunker like Jordan Spieth; driving tips to split the fairway like Masters champion Sergio Garcia.

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