November

  • Maximum distance with minimal effort on iron shots

    Written by Tom Denby on Thursday, 24 November 2011

    The most common swing fault among the iron shots of amateurs is the attempt to ‘lift’ the ball in the air by adding loft to the golf club at impact. A simple drill to rectify this is to feel that the hands win the race to the ball line ahead of the clubhead, as TG Elite Pro Tom Denby explains in...

  • Target focus in your pre-shot routine

    Written by Tom Denby on Thursday, 24 November 2011

    Standing over the ball on approach shots, club golfers often become so fixated on the ball that they forget about where they’re hitting it and their accuracy suffers. So in your pre-shot routine, your predominant focus should always be on your target – where you want the ball to go as opposed to what you’re hitting. When you’re throwing a ball,...

  • Hit more accurate approach shots

    Written by Tom Denby on Thursday, 24 November 2011

    So many times, amateur golfers will work out the yardage they have to the flag on approach shots and then choose the club that will make the distance but only if they hit their Sunday best. A way to add control to your iron shots is to grip the club down slightly, swing the club at a smoother tempo and really...