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How to Make Your Long Game a Strength in Golf

August 20, 2013

The tee off and long iron shots in golf are critical for a number of reasons. For one, they represent the long game, which is an integral part to success on the links. This part of a golfer’s hole progression covers a large amount of distance and also sets the table for the remaining strokes. […]

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How to play better golf without lessons

July 22, 2013

Golf lessons can be costly. That’s why you’ve come to a website searching for golf tips after all. If you’re still fairly new to the game or struggling, you could potentially spend a lot on lessons. You may not love golf that much to want to spend the money on lessons. But this game is […]

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Insane Golf Practice

June 14, 2013

As we move into 2013 and a new year in the life of a golfer, I hear plenty of resolutions with outcome focused goals. In 2013 I want to… ‘Lower my handicap by 5 shots’ ‘Break 80 for the 1st time’ ‘Make it onto my school/college/club team’ Resolutions can be great, but what really makes […]

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How to Lower Golf Scores on the Course

June 7, 2013

Today, I want to give you 3 ways to improve your game. They do not require swing, equipment or body changes and I am POSITIVE they will lead to lower scores in 2013: COURSE LESSONS How many times have you seen this guy on the range…the one who seems to be practicing hard every single […]

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How To Become Fit For Golf

May 31, 2013

Intro Golf is physically demanding. No doubt about it! During the full swing, clubs are propelled from standstill to over 100 mph in just over a second. This power is not easy to achieve and can be a great strain on the body. Recent developments in golf technology have led to lighter golf clubs and […]

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How To Play Better Golf On The Course

May 24, 2013

Real Golf Golf is played on a golf course. Golf lessons are regularly taken on the driving range. Two quite obvious statements I am sure you would agree. Yet the more I coach, the more I am convinced this needs to be addressed. I work with many groups of golfers and often go to the […]

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How To Get The Golf Ball Airborn

May 17, 2013

Golfers are clever After some of the crazy compensations I have seen in golf swings, I am completely convinced that many golfers are in fact very clever, despite what they may think. Let me explain. Take the example of the golfer who hangs back on their trail foot and scoops at the golf ball in […]

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Explaining Golf Ball Flights

May 10, 2013

There is plenty of content out there explaining ball flight laws and why golf balls do as they do when struck. The problem is, many golfers still don’t understand and therefore spend valuable practice time less than effectively. Of course, as a coach, I know the best thing is to book a programme (not just […]

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How to have more fun golfing

May 6, 2013

I’ve just moved jobs. I’ve gone to a fantastic new place, with a huge number of golfers of all ages and abilities. This has given me time to question why I do what I do. I feel very fortunate to be in a ‘job’ that I honestly love. The truth is that I teach golf […]

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5 Biggest Mistakes Players Make in Trying to Improve Their Golf Game

May 3, 2013

There is not a golfer on the planet that doesn’t enjoy playing well. We all have so much more fun when we hit the ball long and straight and add up a score which is lower than we have ever had before. But too many golfers experience this feeling far too often. There is a […]

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