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PRE SHOT ROUTINE

A key point to letting your swing flow  is to release the tension when addressing the golf ball.  Always trying to feel when your over the ball that you stay loose and have as little tension in your forearms and hands. To alleviate this try to waggle the club head and...

CLUB FACE & BODY ALIGNMENT

A basic fundamental to helping you hit straight golf shots is the club face angle and body alignment being parallel to your target when addressing the ball. If for instance you are slicing the ball don’t aim left of the target to compensate for a slice because you are...

GREENSIDE BUNKERS

GREENSIDE BUNKERS This month we are going to look at how to get out of a greenside bunker Take up your position in the bunker, settle yourself in the sand and then flex your knees to give yourself a good solid base (make sure the ball position is in line with the left...

USING THE CORRECT GRIP ON YOUR GOLF CLUB

This month we will look at using the correct grip on your golf club. Many beginners  have a tendency to grip the club to high up in the palm of the left hand and this will result in poor hinging of the club in the backswing, and in the down swing will slow the club...

CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE FOR GOLFERS

As Christmas approaches, here are some  gift ideas  to help you find the correct gift for the golfing family and friends on your Christmas list. GOLF ACCESSORIES/ ATTIRE – The list can be endless here but good quality  golf balls eg  Srixon /Titleist are both popular...

USING A FADE

During a round whether your a tournament professional or a club golfer playing in a medal round you will come under pressure at some point in the round when compiling a good score, so its useful to have a stock shot  that you can revert to.  Its easier to fade the...

GREENSIDE BUNKERS

After last months chip/run article we will finish with the short game section by looking at how to help you get out of a greenside bunker. Take up your position in the bunker, settle yourself in the sand and then flex your knees to give yourself a good solid base...