2012

  • Cure your slice by changing your path

    Written by Scott Cranfield on Thursday, 13 September 2012

    Changing the direction your clubhead is moving as it strikes the ball will go a long way to getting rid of your weak slices. A slice occurs when the clubhead is moving across the ball from out-to-in so you need to change this around so that the clubhead feels like it’s moving through the ball more from the inside. In this golf...

  • Shake off shanks

    Written by Rob Watts on Monday, 11 June 2012

    Presenting the hosel to the ball at impact, causing the dreaded shank, can be caused by a number of swing faults. The most common of these is the hands and forearms being far too active in the takeaway, rolling the club away on the inside and opening the clubface excessively. A great way to start the swing and help shake of...

  • Beat blocked iron shots

    Written by Rob Watts on Monday, 11 June 2012

    Golfers that spin out with their upper body too much during the downswing will be prone to hitting the occasional block and the clubface is likely to be left open at the point of impact. If this sounds familiar, a great tip would be to feel like you let the club pass you by remaining in your peripheral vision, as TG...

  • Slice no more

    Written by Kevin Flynn on Friday, 06 January 2012

    The most common errant shot in golf comes about as a result of the golf swing being very steep and working across the target line from out-to-in through impact. A simple drill to help shallow your swing plane and hit straight drives as a result is to feel the right arm moves as far behind you in the backswing as it...