Video Tips

  • How To Hit a Draw

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 04 May 2007

    The draw is possibly the most sought after shot in all of golf. Hit it right to left and you can stick your chest out and swagger to the green as a 'real golfer'. The problem is being able to hit the shot on purpose and consistently so you can avoid the embarrassment of hitting it out of bounds shortly...

  • How To Hit a Fade

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 04 May 2007

    The fade is the most reliable golf shot shape to use under pressure - Colin Montgomerie, Tiger Woods and numerous other top pros swear by it. They reckon if you set up to shape the golf ball left-to-right in the air you'll have a far greater chance of hitting the fairway than if you simply aim straight. The reason why is that with...

  • Cut Your Score 3 - golf shots from the rough

    Written by Scott Cranfield on Wednesday, 02 May 2007

    If your golf ball nestles down in deep rough around the green, the easiest way to recover from this nasty lie is to play the shot as you would a splash from sand. Open up the clubface of your sand wedge, splash through the grass and watch as the golf ball pops up easily into the air and lands softly on the green. Step One: The...

  • Cut Your Score - Hit the ball high

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 27 April 2007

    Whether you are stuck behind a tree and need to hit the golf shot with added height to carry the trouble, or simply want to make the most of playing downwind to launch your golf ball up into the air for a longer carry, the high golf shot is easy to master. Put some added lift into your swing by...

  • Cut Your Score - Hit the ball low

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 27 April 2007

    Get your golf ball cutting through the air with a nice, low trajectory and you can swerve beneath any trouble. This shot will also put a touch more control and accuracy into your approach. Nick Clemens has an easy drill to help you keep your golf ball flight height low and all you need to do is make a few small adjustments to...

  • Cut Your Score - Create Power

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 27 April 2007

    Most golfers believe they can hit the golf ball further if they swing harder and faster. That's where they are going wrong. Meaningful power can only be generated if you can separate the upper body and lower body movements. Nick Clemens has a few simply checks to ensure you don't get your body in a twist and hit more powerful golf...

  • Cut Your Score - Great Timing

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 27 April 2007

    Hitting the golf ball sweetly is all about getting your timing right. If you can swing with a smooth, rhythmical tempo you will add power and consistency to your golf shots. Nick Clemens has an easy swing drill to help you get your timing in tune before hitting every shot. Give it a try!...

  • Get A Good Golf Routine

    Written by Jeremy Dale on Thursday, 08 March 2007

    The one thing all great golfers have in common is that they follow a consistent pre-shot routine before hitting their shot. This is something we can all do, with very little effort required, but it will add a great deal of consistency to your game. Jeremy Dale demonstrates the ideal routine and offers a few tips...