2013

  • Avoid sucker pins to turn six into four

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Monday, 29 July 2013

    In this video TG Elite Teaching Professional Adrian Fryer is faced with a risk-reward approach from 150 yards. He has to decide whether to go for the fat of the green, or to take on the flag which is protected by a deep front bunker. Watch the video above to see which he chooses and why, and what you can learn to...

  • Know when to lay-up to turn sixes into fours

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Wednesday, 24 July 2013

    In this video TG Elite Teaching Professional Adrian Fryer is 200-yards from the green on the stunning 18th at The Belfry's Brabazon course. In this strategy special, he explains why sometimes it is better to play safe and lay-up of tricky hazards than risk taking them on. Watch the video to see how it is done.

  • Play safe from trouble to turn six into four

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Monday, 22 July 2013

    In this video TG Elite Teaching Professional has found himself in the trees on a par 4. He can still see the pin, but it's a very tough shot, so he has to choose whether to go for the flag with a 4-iron and risk leaving it in there, or to chip out sideways to guarantee a shot at the green. See what...

  • Use the rules to your advantage to turn six into four

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Monday, 22 July 2013

    In this video TG Elite Teaching Professional Adrian Fryer has found a tricky lie up against the lip in a bunker, and only has a very slim chance of success. Rather than risk taking two or three shots to get out, it might be wise for most club golfers to take a penalty drop in line with the flag back in...