Tag Archive: New Golf Grips

Jan 09

Golf Lessons Surrey – Target In On Your Practise Time

When you stand either on the Driving Range or Practise Ground how much do you focus on your results?? I see to many golfers turn up with a few clubs tucked under their arm, hit say a handful of shots with some Irons before getting the driver out and pounding that away without to much thought …

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Jan 07

How To Play Golf In Windy Conditions

As you may have seen the opening PGA tournament is trying to get underway on the beautiful island of Hawaii, but the opening round has been postponed for the first 3 days due to the Incredibly high wings causing the balls to be blown off the tee peg plus blown off the greens too… So …

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Jan 04

Free Assessment Lesson In January or February

Firstly I would like to wish all my fellow golfers a Happy New Year… But I can guarantee you all that working with myself The Swing Doctor, I can improve your game by up to 50%!! Now that’s a guarantee you can’t afford to miss.. So to help you along your way to striding down …

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Nov 30

How To Play When The Ball Is Above and Below Your Feet

You will notice that when playing your fairway shots the ball mainly seems to be either above or below your feet… The most important things to remember are the following Above your feet:- 1. Straighten up your posture ( spine angle) 2. Due to your new spine angle you will swing the club more around …

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Nov 27

Winter Golf – Preferred Lies

Just a small note from your Swing Doctor on the term “Preferred Lies” During these Autumn & Winter months if you ball lands on the closely mown area’s I.e The Fairway, then you are allowed to what is called PICK, CLEAN AND PLACE, which will give you a preferred lie. So when you’ve hit that …

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Nov 26

GOLF WINTER M.O.T CHECK….

Welcome to another swing doctor’s blog.. Today I’m writing about getting your game and equipment into shape over the coming winter months ready for the 2013 golf season… Equipment Check… This is now the perfect time to look over your equipment to see if any running repairs need to be carried out, below are a …

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Oct 29

The Golf Handicap System

One of the characteristic features of the game of golf is the handicapping system. A handicap allows players of all levels of golfing ability to compete against each other equally and, consequently, is essential to the popularity and prosperity of the game. In amateur golf, the majority of competitions cater for players who have a …

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Oct 25

Gearing Up For Winter – Choosing Waterproofs

Yes Its that time of year again golfers when waterproofs become your formal wear when out on those soggy fairways.. I don’t know about you but this is my favourite time of year to play, the greens are holding which means you can be aggressive when shooting for those pins, the colours of the trees and …

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Oct 22

BE PREPARED FOR WINTER GOLF IN SURREY

As the evenings are drawing in and the weather is starting to get cooler make sure your game is prepared for ‘WINTER GOLF’  WATERPROOF’S A good set of waterproof’s is essential to keeping dry and warm, I recommend ‘GORTEX’ material it’s a very lightweight fabric with excellent breathability to help you stay dry and warm …

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Oct 18

FOUNDATIONS TO PLAYING BETTER GOLF

I refer in my teaching that your SET-UP to the ball is like the foundations to your house. Before you can build the brick walls/swing the club you need a solid foundation/set-up to build/swing from.. If you build a weak foundation when building a house then cracks will start to form in years to come …

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