Secrets To A Good Short Game | Featuring James Ridyard

In Episode #22 Piers and Andy are joined by PGA Golf coach and short game specialist James Ridyard.  James Ridyard is a leading golf instructor, researcher and co-owner of the Short Game Secrets brand which brings some of the highest selling independently produced instructional videos to the industry. As an instructor, he spends the majority of his time working with elite players and has spent time coaching on all the major professional tours. He also ensures that he spends time working with players of all levels at his home base in the UK.

Find out how James has got to where he is as a coach as he shares with us some of his findings in his research on the short game to help you think differently next time you get to the practice area. His knowledge of the golf swing and short game is extensive but James prides himself on keeping things simple so that the golfer can maximize improvement, clarity and enjoyment.

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  1. Gary bugg

    I’ve watched all of your YouTube videos, I’m subscribed and I literally can’t get enough of me and my golf, I’ve been playing since I was 4 and would never have thought I’m constantly learning and wha…

    1. Andy

      Hi Gary. Thanks so much for the comment. It is great that you are enjoying the videos. We really care bout helping you play great golf and it would be great to meet you in person one day too. Keep up …

  2. Phil Collins

    You guys are awesome

    1. Andy

      Hi Phil. Thanks for the comment. Great to hear you like the content. We hope we are helping.



  3. Nicola Borland

    Great Podcast. Can you suggest some of the top ladies worth watching who achieve the best results with the Driver, woods, irons, wedges and putter players? Can you do a podcast or video on the differe…

    1. Andy

      Hi Nicola. Glad you enjoyed it and thanks for the suggestion. I will certainly talk to piers about that. Hope you are well. Enjoy the Ryder Cup.