2007

  • Improve Your Posture

    Written by TG Instruction Editor on Monday, 31 December 2007

    This tip is from: Mark Crossfield PGA Golf Coach @ Clifton Hill Golf Range, Belmont Road, Exeter, Devon EX1 2DJ 01392 493196. sales@4golfonline.com www.4golfonline.com Golf instruction for all levels which will help you play some better golf and lower your scores. Step One: We are trying to create positive angles, a stronger coil and a good turn with our golf swing. In...

  • How to cure your fat or thin golf shots video tip

    Written by Dan Frost on Wednesday, 12 December 2007

    It's week seven in our 'Golf Tip of the Week' series and this week we're looking at how to cure your fat or thin golf shots. PGA pro Dan Frost, Swingers golf driving range, gives you a free golf video lesson demonstrating how to cure your fat or thin golf shots. HOW TO CURE YOUR FAT AND THIN SHOTS Fat and...

  • How to improve your chipping

    Written by TG Instruction Editor on Wednesday, 12 December 2007

    It's week eight in our 'Golf Tip of the Week' series and this week we're looking at how to improve your chipping. PGA pro Dan Frost, Swingers golf driving range, gives you a free golf video lesson demonstrating how to improve your chipping.

  • Weight Transfer Video Tip

    Written by Dan Frost on Friday, 16 November 2007

    It's week three in our Golf Tip of the Week series and this week we're looking at how to improve your weight transfer and leg movement throughout the golf swing. PGA Pro Dan Frost, from Peterborough UK, gives you a free golf video lesson showing you how you can relate your throwing action to the action of your legs...

  • Stop Slicing Instruction Video

    Written by Dan Frost on Friday, 02 November 2007

    Want to learn how to stop slicing? Then you can't afford to miss part one of our Tip of the Week golf instruction series. The weekly golf tuition video series, which is published each Wednesday, aims to improve all areas of your game by capturing the techniques used by some of the best golfers on the planet. In this, our...

  • Improve Golf Stance

    Written by TG Instruction Editor on Saturday, 06 October 2007

    Mark Crossfield shows us how good posture can improve the coil in your swing and produce a better follow through everytime you hit the ball. Step One We are trying to create positive angles, a stronger coil and a good turn with out golf swing. In order to achieve this it is imperative that your stance is perfect. Begin by having your...

  • Weight Shift Downswing

    Written by Mark Crossfield on Monday, 01 October 2007

    Mark Crossfield shows us how to use our weight to follow through with more power on the downswing.

  • Coil for better golf

    Written by Mark Crossfield on Thursday, 20 September 2007

    This tip is from ark Crossfield, GA Golf Coach Golf instruction for all levels which will help you play some better golf and lower your scores. Step One In order to achieve a powerful swing which delivers the clubface at the correct angle to the ball it is important that your body coils. A great exercise to help you achieve this can be...

  • How to grip the golf club

    Written by Mark Crossfield on Thursday, 20 September 2007

    Your grip is your only point of contact with the golf club, therefore it's critical you get it right. Watch this tip to get your hands in the correct position on the golf club. Step One There are two points to bear in mind. Starting with the left hand, try and get the club on the base of the palm. When your...

  • Cut Your Score 3 - Turn on your tempo

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 04 May 2007

    Every golfer swings the golf club differently, and every golfer has a perfect tempo that suits their swing. It's simply a case of finding the optimum swing speed for you. Different tempos, different swings. Nick Clemens shows you how to find the right one for you.  ...

  • Throw v Chip

    Written by Lee Scarbrow on Monday, 30 April 2007

    If you want to improve your touch and feel on the greens then Lee Scarbrow has a fun game you can try: the Throw v Chip Challenge. Grab a handful of golf balls and then alternate between throwing one at the pin and chipping one at the pin. Your natural hand-eye-ball co-ordination will train you to throw the golf ball...

  • Correct Golf Grip Tip

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 27 April 2007

    Your grip is your only point of contact with the golf club. Get it wrong and you'll struggle to hit the golf ball consistently. Get your grip right and you won't go far wrong. Nick Clemens has a simple guide to help you get the correct golf grip.