Johnny Miller struck his irons like few players ever have in this game. But he says we need to use our head as much as our clubs.
Earlier this month when I got my hard copy of Golf Magazine I was treated to a great article by Chris Nashawaty and now finally it has been posted on Golf.com. (See, buying actual magazines still pays off.) This year marks the 20th anniversary of one of the most iconic golf movies ever made: Tin Cup. Nashawaty spent some time with many of the culprits that worked on the movie but from the sound of things it didn’t seem there… Continue Reading
Listen to Johnny Miller’s best swing tip ever: get that left shoulder back to where it started to flush your irons.
This image says it all. Henrik Stenson shoots a record tying 63 to tie Johnny Miller for a final round in a major to win the OPEN Championship. His 264 is the lowest in OPEN Championship history. And in OPEN Championship fashion he’s wished a “Well Done and See You At Royal Birkdale”. No one does it like the OPEN Championship. Stenson’s scorecard show 10 birdies, TEN BIRDIES. Offset by two bogeys his 63 puts him in the rarest of… Continue Reading
Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson delivered what we all hoped for today in the final round of the Open Championship. The word they like to use across the pond to describe something this impressive is brilliant. But this was more than brilliant, it was exceptionally brilliant. Stenson not only broke through for his first major win but he did it in record breaking fashion with a final round that will be remembered as one of the best of all time.… Continue Reading
What a great day at the Open Championship. And that was just the weather the low scoring and Philly Mick threatening the low score at a major championship was an added bonus. Royal Troon was ripe for the taking and taken it was but Friday the forecast calls for typical Scottish weather so the odds of a low scoring round like today aren’t looking good. Here are some birdies and bogeys and from round one of the Open. Birdies… Phil… Continue Reading
Want to play like a pro? Then practice like a pro. Listen to Johnny Miller and his 9 Shot Practice Drill. Hit all those shots and you’ll be striping like Miller soon enough.
Watch as Johnny Miller explains how the grip has evolved into what today’s players use to go long, super long. It’s enlightening.
The 1975 Masters has been called one of the best ever. It pitted three of the greatest players of the day with Jack Nicklaus, Tom Weiskoph and Johnny Miller in their prime as they battled all the way to the 72nd hole. Nicklaus held a one shot lead after he putted out on eighteen and both Weiskoph and Miller had birdie putts to tie the Golden Bear to force a playoff. Neither could get their putts to fall and Nicklaus… Continue Reading