Tag Archive: Golf advice in Surrey

Oct 23

Golf Lessons – The Ladder Drill

As promised my fellow golfers’ another Putting Drill to help you shoot those lower scores. Well I hope you’ve been practising The Clockwork drill?? The ladder drill helps not only the importance of keeping the putter head moving back & forth along the chosen target line but also distance control. You need 6 balls and …

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Oct 07

The Putter – Your Key To Lower Scores

Question : What Percentage of your game is made up of PUTTING?? Answer : At LEAST 50% Yes that’s right at least 50% of your scores are made up of how many PUTTS you have during your round… So if we believe that PUTTING is half of your scores my next question to you is …

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Aug 08

My USPGA Championship 2013 Betting Tips

Yes fellow golfers, today is the start of the final major of the year The USPGA Championship at Oak Hill which hosted The Ryder Cup in 1995 with Europe coming out as victorious.   Below are my 3 Major picks for this years tournament…   1. Tiger Woods – after an emphatic win last week …

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Jul 31

Why Should I Take Golf Lessons?

Here at my golf school, Golf Lessons Surrey, its a question quite often asked to me, do you think I can Improve my game by having golf lessons as I feel I’m not good enough to have them?? Well the answer is certainly YES!! The most Important thing to remember when having golf lessons to …

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Jul 18

The Open Championship 2013

As the greatest golf tournament gets under way, its certainly looks like being a hot one, so I therefore don’t expect it to be extremely windy or raining but with this very hot weather we’ve been having lately the fairways are going to be extra bouncy therefore making the golf ball travel further but also …

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Jul 03

Record Your Putting Score To See Where You Need To Improve

Do you take note of how many PUTTS you have during your round??? It could be the key to lowering your handicap & scores… From now on I want you to note down on each hole how many PUTTS you have on each hole to monitor the amount of PUTTS taken in each round you …

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Jun 21

How To Use Your 3-Wood To Chip

If you managed to stay up late last Sunday evening to see Justin Rose lift the US OPEN trophy you would have also seen him using his 3-wood to chip from just off the back of the 18th green.. Yes that’s right your eyes were not deceiving you!! He used his 3-WOOD! How? I hear …

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Jun 20

My Golf Day at Effingham Golf Club

As promised a report back from my Golf Day played at the wonderful Effingham Golf club in Surrey, Effingham has been used as an Open Qualifying course, the rough was up high and the greens running nice and true…. so there was no excuses for me to shoot a good score. Well I managed to …

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Jun 11

Are You Using The Correct Shafts To Suit Your Swing Speed?

Question- Are you playing with the correct shafts? Answer- 50% of Golfers use the incorrect shafts The shaft is your engine that not only helps to create distance in your shots but also did you know helps to shape your shots and the height you get too. So in order to create more consistency in …

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Jun 04

How To Chip Using A Rescue Club

The next time your out on the fairways in Surrey, I want you to try using your Rescue club around the greens and watch how your consistency improves and scores start to tumble… So instead of trying to use the 60 degree wedge and using your wrists to flick the ball high into the air …

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