April

  • Fault Fixer: Fat iron shots

    Written by Gareth Johnston on Wednesday, 27 April 2011

    It’s an embarrassing problem to have, isn’t it? Fatting your iron and wedge shots occurs mostly when the body’s centre moves back behind the ball at impact. Remember the body’s centre or sternum is where the bottom of your swing arc is so if you hang back behind the ball, you’re going to hit the ground first. This video tip from...

  • Fault fixer: Hooked drives

    Written by Gareth Johnston on Wednesday, 27 April 2011

    This destructive tee shot is usually caused by the clubface being excessively closed to the path of the club at impact. A simple way to combat this is to get the club coming into the ball more from the outside or get the clubface more open during the swing, as TG Elite Pro Gareth Johnston explains in this golf video...