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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 share how to hit more greens with the assistance of the Golf Doctor. Martin also performs laser surgery on his iron play and shares a wedge play tip from Steve Stricker.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal share what you can learn from some of the greatest competitors in the Solheim Cup. Martin shares drills that improved Morgan Pressel's backswing, Annika Sorenstam's ball striking, and Laura Davies putting.
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What the amateur golfer can learn from the longest drivers in the world; an in-studio visit from Phillis Meti.
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Key movements from the sport of football that can help build a better golf swing; a look an issue that limits distance.
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A look at some skills from the players, shots and courses in the FedExCup Playoffs, including tips from Tiger Woods and Bryson Dechambeau.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal use images of planes, trains, and automobiles to show the swing adjustments needed to maximize performance with every club. Learn what makes hitting a driver different than hitting an iron and how to sink more putts.
aired 42 days ago
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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Learn how Raymond Floyd squared the putter face and how Ben Crenshaw achieved great tempo. Also the two things all great putters have in common and how a simple grip change can cure the yips.
aired 66 days ago
Martin Hall travels to the R&A's state-of-the-art equipment test center to learn the science behind the key shots.
aired 66 days ago
Martin Hall takes a look at the R&A, including analyzing driving distance, bunker spin and the putter face.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal teach the key shots to hit in The 148th Open, featuring how to control ball flight, play the wind, and hit draws. How 2018 Open Champion Francesco Molinari added 20 yards of distance with the driver.
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School of Golf celebrates its 300th episode milestone by reliving the lessons that Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, and more Hall of Famers taught over the show's nine seasons.
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Martin Hall and Blair O'Neal join PGA TOUR stars on the range at the Rocket Mortgage Classic to teach how to hit it like the pros. Martin shares inside the ropes secrets to help crush the driver, make solid contact with irons, and spin wedges.
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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.
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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.
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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 196 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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