September

  • Improve Your Power

    Written by Scott Cranfield on Tuesday, 30 September 2008

    Power. It's the one thing that every golfer wants more of. To be able to hit the ball 300 yards down the middle every time is a golfer's dream. So how do you do it? Ultimately it's about generating more clubhead speed. TG Top 12 Teaching Professional Scott Cranfield shows you how to boost your driving distance. Watch this improve your power.

  • How To Avoid The Skied Drive

    Written by Scott Cranfield on Tuesday, 30 September 2008

    How to avoid the skied drive?... The tee shot that goes vertically up into the air with hardly any forward movement is frustrating on two accounts. Firstly you don't get any distance, and secondly you may damage the top of the club. So why does it happen? TG Top 12 Teaching Professional Scott Cranfield analyses the causes of the skied drive...

  • Find The Fairway Off The Tee

    Written by Scott Cranfield on Monday, 01 September 2008

    The European Ryder Cup team will be determined to put the Americans under pressure at every opportunity. They may not always be able to out-drive them, but getting the ball in play and on the fairway in matchplay is a tremendous advantage. However there are certain holes which will really test your driving skills. TG Top 12 Teaching Professional Scott Cranfield has...

  • Add Power In Your Swing

    Written by Nick Clemens on Monday, 01 September 2008

    The best way to add power in your swing is to learn to wind the upper body up against the lower body just like the coil of a spring. By establishing and maintaining a strong leg action you'll be able to generate resistance and that means when the upper body uncoils it will do so with more speed, which equals power. Not sure how...

  • Drill A Fairway Wood Off The Tee

    Written by Nick Clemens on Monday, 01 September 2008

    Drill a fairway wood off the tee... World Number One Tiger Woods is a specialist of this shot. He'll often pull out his faithful 5-wood rather than a driver on tight holes where it's absolutely essential he finds the fairway. He then uses a short, controlled swing that drills the ball arrow straight. Add this fairway-finding shot to your repertoire by...

  • Drive It Further Golf Tip

    Written by Nick Clemens on Monday, 01 September 2008

    Do you want to drive it further? Let's face it if you answered 'yes' then you're not alone! Follow these three simple steps and you'll add coil and spring to your swing. Watch the drive it further golf tip.