June

  • Recovery Zone – Divot Shot

    Written by Rob Watts on Friday, 25 June 2010

    There’s nothing worse than ripping a drive down the middle of the fairway only to find your ball resting in a divot. But don’t worry if you’re unlucky enough to find yourself in this situation because all is not lost. In this video tip TG Elite Teaching Pro Rob Watts shows you how to make a clean strike and make the...

  • Recovery Zone - Shot from the collar

    Written by Rob Watts on Monday, 21 June 2010

    Your approach shot into the green on a par four takes a big bounce, bounds through the green and rests up against the collar of rough that divides the rough and the fringe. It’s an especially common scenario in the summer when the greens are firm so you need to make sure you’re prepared and know how to overcome this awkward...

  • Recovery Zone - 5-wood bullet from the rough

    Written by Rob Watts on Monday, 21 June 2010

    From the rough, you’ve got a variety of clubs you could select when hitting an approach shot into a par four or five. But there’s none more versatile than a five-wood. The longer sole of the club helps the clubhead glide through the long grass while you have the option of hitting the ball high or low depending on the direction...

  • Approach Zone - Rough

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Thursday, 03 June 2010

    Just because your rescue club says rescue on it, doesn’t mean it’s able to rescue you from every situation on the golf course! In some cases, like this one our Approach Zone Instructor Adrian Fryer finds himself in here, less is definitely more. By ditching your rescue and pulling your eight-iron, you can often still achieve the same distances, if not more!...