• Top drill to rip your fairway woods off the deck

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Friday, 30 March 2012

    Striking fairway woods correctly from the turf requires a sweeping angle of attack where the swing arc levels at the point of impact. Many amateur golfers get too steep into the ball when using their fairway woods, which increases the likelihood of a poor strike. This simple drill from Adrian Fryer will help you achieve this feeling in your swing.

  • The three sources of power

    Written by Rob Watts on Thursday, 22 March 2012

    Power in the golf swing is created through rotation, transfer of weight and a loading of the club in the downswing. It’s this third source TG Elite Pro Rob Watts is focusing on in this video tip, helping you deliver maximum power into the back of the ball by the right elbow hugging the ribcage in the downswing. This helps deliver...

  • Limit head movement for added power

    Written by Rob Watts on Friday, 16 March 2012

    This may be a contradiction in terms, but limiting the amount of moving parts in your golf swing actually increases the power you can generate. As TG Elite Pro Rob Watts explains in this golf video tip, moving your head up and down or side to side actually means you rotate your upper body less, which means you create less coil. The...

  • Simplify your driving action

    Written by Rob Watts on Thursday, 8 March 2012

    Amateur golfers often overcomplicate their driving method by thinking too much about their swing plane among other factors that affect where the ball goes Sometimes, a simple swing thought could be the answer to hitting longer more accurate drives, as TG Elite Pro Rob Watts explains in this golf video tip.