2018

  • How to use the sole of your club for better wedge shots

    Thursday, 28 June 2018

    Fault Fixer: Four step guide to using the sole of your club for cleaner wedge strikes... One of the quickest ways to make your short game more consistent and reliable is to make full use of the forgiveness your wedges offer. Their angled soles, the trail edge lower than the leading edge, allow the club to skid along the turf, meaning...

  • Build Backswing Power, Poise and Posture

    Tuesday, 8 May 2018

    Get Golf Fit: Learn how to build backswing power, poise and posture with this simple exercise At a fundamental level, the golf backswing asks us to swing our arms up into the air without changing the tilt of our upper body. That might sound simple, but it does place demands on the muscle groups that help our arms stretch upwards. Here we...

  • Build Backswing Power, Poise and Posture

    Tuesday, 8 May 2018

    Get Golf Fit: Learn how to build backswing power, poise and posture with this simple exercise At a fundamental level, the golf backswing asks us to swing our arms up into the air without changing the tilt of our upper body. That might sound simple, but it does place demands on the muscle groups that help our arms stretch upwards. Here we...

  • How to: Get your body ready for the course

    Monday, 26 February 2018

    We all know that running on to the 1st tee with untied shoe isn’t the best way of getting physically prepared to play a round of golf. But what is? And what should we really be eating to fuel our body in the right way? In this two-step instruction, learn how to get ready to perform at your best from the...

  • Maintain posture in your swing

    Wednesday, 17 January 2018

    Get golf fit and learn how to maintain the posture in your swing with this simple drill  One of the biggest differences between the typical amateur and professional golf swing is the ability to maintain set-up posture until after impact. Look at the spine angle and head level of the tour pro through the ball and they are virtually the same as...