Golf Short Game

  • The 40 Yard Approach Shot

    Written by Dan Frost on Tuesday, 15 July 2008

    Dan Frost demonstrates four ways to play the 40 yard approach shot using four different clubs to show you how imagination, variation is quite different when we start to play links courses. The four clubs used to play this shot are: Rescue club; 7 iron; lob wedge; putter. Watch this short game golf tuition video above to help improve your 40 yard approach shot.

  • Golf Ball Striking Video Lesson

    Written by Mark Moore on Wednesday, 28 May 2008

    The secret to greater consistency is to improve your ball striking. Strike the ball well and you'll hit it the same distance with each club, every time. Rudding Park golf course professional Mark Moore shows you a very simple golf tip to work out where you are striking the golf ball on your club. Watch this golf ball striking video lesson to help your...

  • The Fairway Wood Chip

    Written by Nick Clemens on Monday, 5 May 2008

    There's nothing more annoying than watching your ball run off the back edge of the green only to find that it has come to rest right up against the collar of the fringe. This awkward lie makes it almost impossible to play a wedge or a putter without the club getting snagged up in the rough. The good news is there...

  • marc warren chip tip

    Written by TG Instruction Editor on Friday, 9 November 2007

    Nike tour star Marc Warren is one of the best short game golfers on the planet and here he provides you with an exclusive how to chip golf tip. In the golf video tip below the Scottish star takes you step-by-step through how to improve your chipping around the green by making sure you address the golf ball well and...

  • chip tip

    Written by TG Instruction Editor on Wednesday, 15 August 2007

    Chipping is one of the simplest actions in golf to master. You can play a chip shot with any golf club in your bag, including your fairway woods! All you need is one very simple technique that can transfer to all golf clubs. This is what you should be practising... SIMPLE CHIP TECHNIQUE Play the ball almost off your rigt foot and...

  • Repairing pitch marks properly

    Written by Shawn Clement on Thursday, 2 August 2007

    Take a golf etiquette lesson from Shawn Clement, Director of the Richmond Hill Golf Learning Centre and CPGA Teaching Pro with a green thumb, who shows you how to please your local greenskeeper by repairing your ball mark the proper way. We all know how annoying it can be to walk onto a golf course green and be greeted...