November

  • Squash the headcover drill

    Written by Tom Denby on Thursday, 17 November 2011

    Weight transfer towards the target not only improves our angle of attack but is also helps the arm get into the right position in the downswing to deliver the club squarely to the ball at impact. Amateur often keep their weight on the back leg during the downswing, resulting in weak and inaccurate drives. This video tip from TG Elite Teaching...

  • Control your sternum for added power

    Written by Tom Denby on Thursday, 17 November 2011

    During the golf swing, your sternum is an accurate representation of where the bottom of your swing arc will be. For iron shots, it needs to be ahead of the ball to ensure you hit down on it. But with the driver, it needs to be in line with or just behind the ball, as TG Elite Teaching Pro Tom Denby...

  • Three steps to better backswing coil

    Written by Tom Denby on Thursday, 17 November 2011

    Creating power in the golf swing depends on how our body coils up. The more the shoulders turn over the hips, the more potential energy can be created and then unleashed at impact. An easy way to create body turn and therefore power is to think of these three key moves, explained by TG Elite Pro Tom Denby in this golf...