• Mastering the Chip and Run Shot

    Chipping is often something that pro’s thrive on while the average golfer often seems to struggle with. What appears to be a relatively simple shot can often have disastrous results and cost amateur golfers a significant amount of shots during the course of a round. So what do the professionals know that the amateurs don’t?  […]

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  • Learning from Lee – Distance Wedges

    Distance wedge shots can often pose a significant challenge for the average golfer, particularly when it comes to controlling the flight of the golf ball and the distance it travels. Implementing some basic fundamentals can go a long way to improving your wedge game and knocking strokes off your game. The wedge game often plays […]

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  • Controlling your wedge distances

    When we look at great wedge players, they always have a fantastic ability to control the distance, trajectory and spin as if they were playing a game on a console. However for most amateurs controlling distances at close range can be nothing short of a nightmare. The most common reason for misjudgement of distances with […]

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  • Mastering Bunker shots

    The bunker is often one of the most feared places to miss a green for the average golfer, yet when we look at professionals they make it look like a walk in the park. So why is it that the same hazard provides two very different levels of difficulty and fear for each player. Skill […]

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