2007

  • dec05 tip of the week

    Written by Dan Frost on Wednesday, 5 December 2007

    It's week six in our 'Golf Tip of the Week' series and this week we're looking at how to make your hands work together in your golf swing. PGA pro Dan Frost, Swingers golf driving range, gives you a free golf video lesson demonstrating how to keep your hands connected throughout your golf swing. HOW TO MAKE YOUR HANDS WORK TOGETHER... PGA pro Dan Frost, Swingers golf...

  • nov28 tip of the week

    Written by TG Instruction Editor on Tuesday, 27 November 2007

    It's week five in our 'Golf Tip Of The Week' series and this week we're looking at how to stop the flying left elbow in your swing. This common swing fault robs you of power and accuracy. PGA pro Dan Frost, Swingers golf driving range, gives you a free golf video lesson demonstrating how to keep the left arm connected to...

  • Improve your posture throughout your golf swing video tip

    Written by Kevin Merry on Wednesday, 21 November 2007

    It's week four in our Golf Tip of the Week series and this week we're looking at how to improve your posture throughout your golf swing. PGA Pro Kevin Merry, The South Essex Golf Centre, gives you a free golf video lesson showing you various exercises to strengthen your core muscles throughout your golf swing. Watch the free video now...

  • weight distribution

    Written by TG Instruction Editor on Tuesday, 7 August 2007

    Great balance is the foundation for a great golf swing. The Belfry's head teaching professional Gary Alliss demonstrates how to shift your weight correctly in your swing by focusing on your footwork... Balance and stability are essential in achieving a successful golf swing. One of the most important factors that will govern this is the width of your stance.

  • Perfect Golf Posture

    Written by Nick Clemens on Friday, 27 April 2007

    Get your set-up right or you'll never hit the golf ball correctly. There is no excuse for having poor posture. We can all practice putting our body into the perfect set-up position in front of a mirror. Follow these tips from Nick Clemens to get the perfect golf posture.