June

  • Master the punch shot

    Written by Adrian Bishop on Monday, 21 June 2010

    The key to sending the ball out low when the wind is in your face is to get your sternum ahead of the ball at impact. This will guarantee you reduce the dynamic loft, which is the angle of the clubface at impact. In this golf video tip, TG Elite Teaching Pro Adrian Bishop demonstrates all the set-up changes you need...

  • Play The Ball Above Your Feet With Graeme McDowell

    Written by Graeme McDowell on Sunday, 20 June 2010

    New US Open champion Graeme McDowell has just become the first European player to win the event in 40 years and he did so at the ultra-difficult Pebble Beach Golf Links where difficult lies are commonplace. Here he tells you how to play a shot with the ball above your feet: This is a really tough shot. The slope is trying...

  • Play The Ball Below Your Feet With Graeme McDowell

    Written by Graeme McDowell on Sunday, 20 June 2010

    New US Open champion Graeme McDowell has just bagged his first major championship at Pebble Beach - where difficult lies are commonplace. Here he tells you how to play a shot with the ball below your feet: This is a really tough shot because the ground is throwing your weight forwards, and you need to make a conscious effort to stay...

  • Beat The Downhill Lie With Graeme McDowell

    Written by Graeme McDowell on Sunday, 20 June 2010

    Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell has just become the first European to win the US Open in 40 years and it was no surprise he did so at a links course. Pebble Beack throws up numerous changes in elevation and awkward lies and here he tells you how to play a shot off a downhill lie: The Downhill Lie One of the reasons...

  • Beat The Uphill Lie With Graeme McDowell

    Written by Graeme McDowell on Sunday, 20 June 2010

    New US Open champion Graeme McDowell was the only man to match par after all four rounds at Pebble Beach on his way to victory. The historic course sees a number of changes in elevation and he managed to master shots off a multitude of lies. Here he tells you how to play a shot from a downhill lie with the utmost confidence:   The Uphill...

  • Approach Zone - Ball above feet

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Thursday, 10 June 2010

    It's very easy to hit the ball heavy when it lies dramatically above your feet. The way to rid this faulty shot from your game is to grip well down the club, depending on the severity of the slope. In this golf video tip from Approach Zone Instructor Adrian Fryer, he shows you the other key changes you need to make to your...

  • Approach Zone - Ball below feet

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Thursday, 10 June 2010

    On golf courses with undulating fairways, you can often find yourself faced with a tricky sloping lie for your approach shot, including that where the ball lies below your feet. The key to pulling this shot off successfully is not to fight the slope with your body weight but go with. As Approach Zone Instructor Adrian Fryer explains in this golf...

  • Crush short irons with Melissa Reid

    Written by Melissa Reid on Thursday, 10 June 2010

    The strength of young Ladies European Tour sensation Melissa Reid is her iron play. Now you can learn from the best and crunch your short irons time after time thanks to this video tip exclusive to Today’s Golfer. As Melissa demonstrates, the key to achieving that perfect strike is to get the body covering the ball at impact. This ensures you...