May

  • Eliminate The Pull

    Written by Dan Frost on Sunday, 24 May 2009

    A lot of golfers pull shots. That's when the ball flies straight left of your target. There are several common causes of this bad shot. The first can be traced to the set-up. Golfers who pull the ball tend to set-up with their shoulders open. The next fault occurs in the downswing. The club tracks into strike the ball from a steep...

  • Slice Fix Tip

    Written by Dan Frost on Thursday, 7 May 2009

    The slice is the number one fault in golf. Nearly all of us suffer with that nasty left-to-right ball flight at some time during a round of golf - some more often than others. The question is how do you get rid of it? The key is to learn to get the hands and arms working correctly and rotating in the golf...

  • Cure Your Hook

    Written by Lee Scarbrow on Thursday, 7 May 2009

    There are many reasons for hitting a hook shot off the tee, but three of the main causes are too strong a right hand grip, not getting the right knee through the ball, and not taking the clubface away with a little bit of rotation. These three faults can all lead to the right-to-left hook. TG Top 12 Teacher Lee Scarbrow...

  • Stop Slicing

    Written by Dan Frost on Thursday, 7 May 2009

    Want to stop slicing your shots? This is the drill for you. It's very simple. Just line three golf balls up, the centre ball is the one you'll strike, then one above and just behind the middle ball away from the target and one below and just ahead of the middle ball, towards the target. The goal is to strike the centre...