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Playing Golf in the wind

Friday, 01 January 2010 by

Cross Winds Unless you’re very confident shaping the golf ball, don’t try and fight a cross wind by drawing or fading shots into it. Simply adjust your aim left or right and allow the wind to move your ball. Take one or two clubs more than you normally would for the shot distance (i.e. a

Jeremy Lay on Short Game

Friday, 01 January 2010 by

It was refreshing today to go to our great short game centre to give a lesson, only to find that all the greens were in use! So often, players come to practise their driving and the short game is often ignored. After playing a round of golf, have you ever counted the number of full

Charles Howell approached the 18th tee, on the 72nd hole of the 2005 Buick Invitational needing an eagle 3 to get into a playoff with Tiger Woods. From about 100 yards away, Charles struck his 3rd shot perfectly, the ball soared through the sky and landed in the cup only to bounce backwards and spin

Golf Course Management

Friday, 01 January 2010 by

When was the last time you finished a game with the same ball as you started with? By improving your course management skills you can cut a substantial amount of shots from your score. Play Smart: Playing smart and controlling your emotions are a large part of good golf course management. By not abandoning a

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