August

  • Matchplay – Take control of your body language

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Friday, 31 August 2012

    In matchplay, your opponent can take confidence and strength from your weakness. If you hit a wayward shot and show your displeasure, your opponent will believe he has you on the racks and make a conscious effort to put the final nail in your coffin. But there’s a way you can stop this from happening, as TG Elite Pro Adrian Fryer...

  • Matchplay – Expect your opponent to hole out

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Friday, 31 August 2012

    Momentum is key in matchplay. To that end, one must never assume a hole is won or your opponent is out of the hole until you’ve nailed that winning putt. A common way momentum is lost is when you hit your approach shot close only for your opponent to strike first with a lengthy birdie putt. This can sometimes leave you...

  • Matchplay – Keep your eyes busy, mind still

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Friday, 31 August 2012

    Ernie Els’ Open Championship win at Royal Lytham brought into the public eye (excuse the pun) of Eye Doctor Sherylle Calder and more importantly, the role the eyes play in performing at the highest level. Recent research has shown that when the eyes are busy, looking around and taking in the surroundings, the mind is relatively still, which means you don’t...

  • Get the most out of practice

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Wednesday, 1 August 2012

    Our Elite Pro Adrian Fryer feels that too many people focus on one aspect of their swing during their pre-shot routine, and let that effect the real thing. So he has come up with these tips on the range at Royal Lytham and St. Annes to help you find that extra bit of consistency. First up is always make your...