September

  • Chip Dead Every Time

    Written by Dan Frost on Wednesday, 30 September 2009

    A lot of people have too much wrist hinge in their chipping action. This leads to thinned or fat chips. If you want to ensure you chip dead every time then you have to eliminate the wrists from the action and keep them very quiet in the stroke. TG Top 12 Teacher Dan Frost demonstrates a very effective way to chip your...

  • Re-Train Your Swing Path

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Wednesday, 30 September 2009

    If you are prone to hitting your iron shots fat or thin you'll either be attacking the ball too much from an inside path or too much from an outside path. TG Top 12 Teacher Adrian Fryer uses a hula hoop to demonstrate how easy it is to get the club tracking on the correct swing path into strike the ball.