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  • 3 Things To Avoid Wh...

      When it comes to gripping the golf club it has a huge impact on your performance and overall consistency on the golf course. So if you are learning the game or simply struggling then checking your hold is a great place to start. There is no ONE Way to hold the golf club as many great golfers …

  • Stop Back Pain And I...

    What Causes Back Pain In The Golf Swing? The Reverse Spine golf swing fault is one of the biggest causes of a poor inefficient golf swing and also puts a lot of strain on the lower back, because of this strain it is one of the biggest causes of lower back pain. The Reverse Spine Golf Swing Fault The …

  • How to change your g...

    As coaches we are always asking, “How can we change golf swings quickly?” If you are someone who has struggled doing swing changes in the past then you need to keep reading. Often people struggle to make swing changes because they don’t commit to the change enough.  The basic reason for this …

  • What Is A “One...

    This is something that us as golfers and golf coaches have heard and said many times but what does this actually mean? From our experience this phrase often confuses people and can lead to poor sequencing issues in the back swing ending up with poor efficiency at impact. When it comes to the back sw …

  • Are You Over The Top...

    ‘Over The Top’ Golf Swing Fault Over The Top is arguably the most common of Swing Faults and is defined as the club moving Over The Top of the swing plane in the down swing usually approaching the ball from an “out to in” path. This is one of the biggest causes of the slice but can a …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • DO YOU EARLY RELEASE...

    Do you early release? The Early Release is a down Swing Fault and is defined as and excessive loss of angle created with the club shaft and lead arm in the down swing. This is one of the most common Swing Faults and has a huge influence on contact and producing power to the golf ball. This is also o …