2021

  • To get better at golf, have an end result in mind

    Written by Karl Morris on Thursday, 12 August 2021

    Tweaking your golf swing without having an end goal in mind is a recipe for disaster. Judging by the bulging diaries my PGA professional colleagues have been showing me, it seems like the entire UK golfing community emerged from lockdown by taking a lesson. No harm in that, you might think. And yet, it has set the alarm bells ringing. Lessons, of...

  • Mark Crossfield: Let me fix your golf short game

    Written by Mark Crossfield on Wednesday, 23 June 2021

    Fix your short game for lower golf scores with the help of PGA Professional and YouTube superstar, Mark Crossfield. One of the first online golf coaches, PGA Professional Mark Crossfield set up his YouTube channel in 2007. Since then his unique blend of straight talking, powerful, effective content and sense of humour has won him a legion of followers. To date, the channel...

  • Jon Rahm: Master golf's short game with my lessons

    Written by Nick Wright on Monday, 21 June 2021

    US Open champion and World No.1 Jon Rahm shares the short-game lessons that helped him to the top. A razor-sharp short game is the key to really low scores and saving a bad round. From pitching to bump and runs and splashing shots out of bunkers, Jon Rahm is brilliant at it all. RYDER CUP 2020: The ultimate Whistling Straits preview We visited World...

  • Should golf tour pros really be our role models?

    Written by Karl Morris on Thursday, 27 May 2021

    They are heroes to millions, but golf tour pros don't always make the best role models... Has Bryson DeChambeau struck the longest ever drive on the PGA Tour? Actually, he’s barely halfway. American Carl Cooper hit one 787 yards in 1992. And yes, there was a cart path involved. Genuine feats of power are not exactly new to golf either. Some of...

  • How to stop fatting your golf irons

    Written by Andy Gordon on Friday, 7 May 2021

    Too much hip rotation in the golf downswing is a common cause of heavy (or fat) iron shots. Here’s how to avoid it... 1. Top of backswing The best golfers shift the lead knee and hip towards the target even before the club starts changing direction into the downswing. The weight is moving forwards before you’ve really completed the backswing. RELATED: Best Golf...

  • How to lower your golf scores in five easy steps

    Written by Duncan Lennard on Thursday, 22 April 2021

    Using Shot Scope data, golf pro Adrian Fryer reveals where amateurs lose the most shots and shares simple drills to help you play better golf and lower your scores. We all have ideas about how we play golf, and where we lose shots… but how accurate are they? Thanks to modern shot data technology, we now know. RELATED: How to shoot your lowest-ever...

  • Me and My Golf: Lower your scores with our best-ever golf tips

    Written by Michael Catling on Monday, 8 March 2021

    Me and My Golf, You Tube's most-popular golf coaches, share their best-ever tee-to-green tips and fixes to help make this your best season on the course ever. When they’re not busy coaching European Tour star Aaron Rai, Piers Ward and Andy Proudman spend their days filming content and fixing the swings of everyday golfers. JUMP TO TIPS: Long game | Iron Play |...