2010

  • Flop shot over a bunker

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 22 January 2010

    You would have preferred your ball to run in the bunker but unfortunately, you find yourself just wide of the bunker, with the sand in between yourself and the green. As explained in this top golf video tip from Today’s Golfer Elite Nick Clemens, there are two ways to play this shot. The high risk choice would be to flop the...

  • Chip from a bare lie

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 22 January 2010

    It’s a lie we all hate but one that often crops up on the UK’s golf courses, especially during the summer months. In this golf video tip, Today’s Golfer Elite Teaching Pro Nick Clemens gets you using the right club and ball position to rescue you from this difficult position.  Remember, a hard, bare lie means the club will bounce off...

  • Hook around a tree

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 22 January 2010

    You’ve turned your club over slightly from the tee and find yourself blocked out by a collection of trees down the left hand side. But don’t panic! Hitting the green is not out of the equation, as Today’s Golfer Elite Teaching Pro Nick Clemens explains in this golf video tip. The key to hitting a low hook shot around the trees...

  • Get more yards from the rough

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 22 January 2010

    You reach the biggest birdie chance on your home golf course, a short par five that often provides your scorecard with a rare red number. But if your tee shot slides off the fairway and into the rough, a bad lie can sometimes prevent you getting near the green with your second shot. But thanks to this top golf video tip...

  • Play the punch shot

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 22 January 2010

    When the wind is blowing into your face, a normal approach shot with your mid-iron just won’t cut the mustard. You need to alter your club selection and set-up in order to keep the ball low under the wind without sacrificing any distance. In this top golf video tip, Today’s Golfer Elite Teaching Pro Nick Clemens shows you the best way...

  • Escape Thick Grass

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 22 January 2010

    This is a situation that often occurs on links courses and will provide a firm barrier in your quest for par. You’ve missed the green and find yourself in a patch of long, thick grass with only the top dimples on the ball visible. But as Today’s Golfer Elite Teaching Pro Nick Clemens explains in this golf video tip, you can still...