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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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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal are at Four Seasons Golf and Sports Club Orlando to teach the key shots in the scoring zone. Martin reveals a tip for mid-wedge shots he learned in-person from 2019 Masters champion Tiger Woods.
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This lesson features tips on improving drives, chipping and putting, with useful advice for everyone.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach the setup and swing keys needed to stick approach shots. Martin shares a drill to help make solid contact, reveals the three important post-impact checkpoints, and shows how to develop proper lower body action.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach cures for fatal flaws in golf games. Learn drills to get into the proper position at the top with the driver, ways to improve iron play, and a tip to correct the single biggest flaw in the short game.
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From the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
aired 50 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.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach setup and swing keys for players that need to stop the slice; Martin shares a drill that helped one of his students win a major championship and a tip he learned working with Rory McIlroy.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach how to become a wedge wizard around the green like WGC-Mexico defending champion Phil Mickelson, who appeared on "School of Golf" in 2017 to share his short-game secrets.
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Instruction on how to control the line and speed of your putts; a lesson on how to match your putting stroke with the different styles of putter.
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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 81 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 135 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal give out awards and instruction based around the best players and shots of 2018. Brooks Koepka, Tiger Woods, Francesco Molinari, Dustin Johnson and many more top players are nominated with lessons to improve one's play.
aired 140 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal will teach simple things you can do on the course to turn around bad play or take your game to the next level.
aired 141 days ago
Keeping the golf game sharp over the offseason without leaving the house with items such as a broom, coffee mugs, hangers and flashlights.
aired 156 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach what you can learn from the two greatest players of this generation, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. Learn how each player generates power in different ways and the differences in each of their putting styles.
aired 162 days ago
How unique swings work by comparing open and closed club faces, upright and flat swing planes and fast and slow tempo. Learn how Brooks Koepka and Jim Furyk achieve the same impact position with completely different swings.
aired 170 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal reveal how the best golfers use their minds to an advantage on the course. Learn how a game plan featuring education, inspiration and application can lead you to trust yourself and swing, chip and putt with confidence.
aired 177 days ago
How to improve on the scariest shots in the game, from forced carries to pitch shots over a bunker; Ray Floyd adjusts to fast greens at Augusta.
aired 183 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal discuss how to make more putts. Martin teaches several drills to groove ones stroke and increase consistency on the greens. Martin and Blair draw upon PGA Champions Dave Stockton and Tiger Woods for inspiration.
aired 191 days ago
How skills from other sports such as football, baseball, basketball and hockey can improve the golf swing.
aired 198 days ago
Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach how to practice competitively without feeling like you are practicing; long game drills to work on shaping your drives; a fun and useful way to strike every short game shot; how to find your perfect putting pace.

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