April 2014 - Golf Magazine Cover Story accompanying video. Brian's explains the basics behind his groundbreaking research into the movement of the left shoulder in the golf swing.
TRy side saddle puting
With anchor ban starting January 1, 2016, Brian demonstrates the basics of side-saddle putting and how it may be the solution for golfers who are transitioning from anchoring or just having trouble with their putting.
A short game tip for tiger - using the com of the club
Tiger Woods' short game woes of early 2015 were due to some "cross-talk" from different methods he has used around the green and with his full swing. Brian show what they are and how to manage the club's center of mass to put the club on the ball solidly, time after time.
Why Jordan Spieth's 'Fault' may be his key move
Brian explains why Jordan Spieth's chicken-wing look with his left arm though the ball is a secret weapon against over rotating the clubface through the ball.
BLAST IT OUT OF A BUNKER LIKE BUBBA WATSON
Brian explains a technique for hitting a long bunker shot that releases after landing.
How to Play Ryan Moore's Three-Quarter Pitch
Brian shows you the moves required to hit a three-quarter wedge shot like Ryan Moore did to secure his second consecutive CIMB Classic title.
How You Can Utilize the 'Belly Wedge' Like Sang-moon Bae
Brian demonstrates how to use the leading edge of a wedge when you are up against the collar. It one of the techniques that allowed Sang-moon Bae to capture the Frys.com Open.
GOLF.com Studio Show - How Is Golf Instruction Changing?
Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers Mike Adams and Brian Manzella discuss how golf instruction is changing with the addition of new technology and new players on the pro tour.
Better Feel on the greens Using Billy Horschel's new grip
Brian shows how Billy Horschel's slightly hand separated putting grip-change helped him with better speed control and more feel when putting.
Deliver Under Pressure like Henrik Stenson
Henrik Stenson had a nine-shot lead with 27 holes to play at the 2013 Tour Championship before hanging on for a three-shot win and the $10 million FedEx Cup bonus. Here's how you, too, can keep it together when you have a career round going.
Two Tips to Change Direction like Billy Horschel
Brian demonstrates two change-in-direction tips that helped Billy Horschel win the 2014 BMW Championship.
3 Ways To Draw It Like Zach Johnson
Zach Johnson is one of the most accurate drivers on Tour, thanks to his dependable draw. Brian talks about three of Zach's moves you can copy to develop your own go-to shot.
Don't Hit It Fat Like Billy Horschel
Brian demonstrates how to avoid hitting the ball 'fat' while under pressure, something that cost Billy Horschel a chance to win the 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship.
Strike It Like Stenson
Henrik Stenson was a ball-striking machine during his win at the 2013 Deutsche Bank Championship. Here's an easy move from Brian to help you drill more irons.
Use Martin Kaymer's Tennis Ball Drill to Improve Your Swing
Brian demonstrates how to use a tennis ball on a lanyard to neaten up your backswing like 2014 U.S. Open champion Martin Kaymer.
Golf.com studio show - Top 100 Teachers on What Woods Must Do
Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers Brian Manzella and Mike Adams weigh in on what Tiger Woods needs to do to get healthy and regain confidence in his swing, in the post-Foley era.
Emulate Brendon Todd's Swing With These Two Simple Moves
Brian demonstrates two keys to Brendon Todd's swing that you can incorporate for better results.
LEarn Martin Kaymer lead arm move for great results
Brian gives you a drill to help you simultaneously turn your torso and get your lead arm off your chest on the downswing in order to hit it solid like 2014 Players Championship winner Martin Kaymer.
Throw It to the Finish Like J.B. Holmes For Major Power
Brian shows you three key swing moves that help make J.B. Holmes one of the longest hitters in PGA Tour history.
Learn the Secret to Getting Greater Distance Like Bubba Watson
Brian show you how to incorporate "going normal" and "handle rotation" the way that Masters' Champion Bubba Watson does to get extra speed and distance in your drives.