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  • Do you know where yo...

    Knowing where you strike the golf ball on the clubface is one of the most commonly overlooked factors in game improvement.  Because of modern technology we have so much information available to us now, we have machines that can tell us the angle of attack, clubface to path, swing direction etc. etc …

  • THE SECRET TO LAG IN...

    So what is the secret to “lag” in the golf swing? This is a question many of you would kill to know the answer to as we would all love to be in that powerful delivery position where that club is trailing ready to release at the golf ball. Creating “lag” isn’t as easy as just holdin …

  • DON’T HIT DOWN...

    Most golfers are constantly pursuing that pure strike with their irons that they see the worlds best players do followed by a lush divot after. So how do we achieve this? Well most of you will be aware that to do this there needs to be a slightly downward hit on the golf ball and we hear so often go …

  • Dealing With Anger O...

    With coaching a technique so readily available now a days, most golfers have something that they think about when it comes to improving their swing mechanics. It may be working on a better backswing move or it may be training a better hold or down swing but the majority will certainly have “swing …

  • Synchronize Your Bac...

    Synchronization of the arms and body in the back swing is vitally important to help produce a well timed down swing and consistent impact. While we see lots of different styles of back swings, one thing all amateur golfers should be thinking about is how efficient is their back swing? We see lots of …

  • Do You Slide In Your...

    Do You Slide in Your Golf swing? The Slide swing Fault is any excessive leg movement towards the target in the down swing. This move makes it very difficult to rotate and stabilize your lower body. It is hard then to pass on energy to the upper body, which in turn can reduce your club head speed and …

  • Are You Hanging Back...

    The Hanging Back Swing Fault is defined as lack of weight shift to the lead side in the down swing. Usually the golfer has more weight on their trail leg at impact. This swing fault is one of the main causes of the heavy shot where the club bottoms out too early and can even cause a top and high tra …

  • Hybrid Chipping

    Time and time again we see golfers produce poor shots due to poor club selection around the greens. Many of you still go for the most lofted club in the bag when you have a good lie and plenty of green to work with. It is so difficult to consistently produce the shot that you want especially under p …

  • DISCONNECTED MOVE AW...

    Do you have a Disconnected Move Away? This swing fault occurs in the first part of the back swing and is when the arms disconnect or separate from the body. This makes it very difficult to sequence the back swing correctly so that your arms and club are synchronised with the body. This can lead to p …