September

  • Control your clubface

    Written by Richard Ellis on Friday, 23 September 2011

    Hitting accurate drives relies on us having an awareness of what our clubface is doing during our swing and more importantly, whether it’s square, open, or closed. So it’s crucial to know which part of the body controls the position of the clubface during the swing. TG Elite Pro Rich Ellis explains all in this top driving video tip.

  • Take off spin for straighter drives

    Written by Richard Ellis on Friday, 23 September 2011

    On tight driving holes or when hitting into the wind, we need to have a shot in our locker that knocks the ball flight down and gives us more control over our start lines. As TG Elite Pro Rich Ellis explains in this golf video tip, the key to achieving this is by making some simple adjustments to your set up...

  • Create space to hit a draw

    Written by Richard Ellis on Friday, 23 September 2011

    To hit a draw shot, the clubhead needs to be traveling on an in-to-out path through impact. For this to happen, we need to create the space for the hands and arms to travel in this direction. This means, therefore, that the hips need to rotate in the backswing, as TG Elite Pro Rich Ellis explains in this golf video tip.

  • Driving instruction with Sergio Garcia

    Written by Sergio Garcia on Monday, 05 September 2011

    While his struggles on the greens are well documented, Sergio Garcia’s driving is without doubt one of his strengths. Sending it out there over 290 yards every time on average, you could learn a lot from the way the Spaniard drives the ball. Watch this exclusive video tip below that should give you a few extra yards, courtesy of TaylorMade.