September

  • A slice or a push fade?

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Friday, 07 September 2012

    Just because your ball curves to the right and misses the target on that side, it doesn’t mean you hit a slice. A slice is a ball flight that starts left of the target and finishes right of it. But a push fade is a shot that starts right of target and moves further right through the air. If you relate...

  • Good rhythm means straighter drives

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Friday, 07 September 2012

    When you swing with good rhythm, the body, arms and clubhead all move in the right time and powerful drives seem effortless. In this video tip from TG Elite Pro Adrian Fryer, you’ll discover some simple ways to improve the rhythm in your swing for longer drives without the extra effort.

  • Hit the ball at the right time

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Friday, 07 September 2012

    A lot of coaches talk about the feeling of a late hit in the downswing. By this, they mean storing the angle in the wrist so that maximum clubhead speed can be delivered at impact through their unhinging. But those who become too obsessed with this idea could find themselves sliding with the legs and leaving the clubface open at impact...