Three numbers that tell a story and directly impact your enjoyment and performance on the course.
Do you know your ‘short-game score’? It could help you lower your overall score.
"Greens in regulation” is an important number, but there’s another number that could be even more useful to you.
It’s simple. The more fairways you find, the better your playing experience. But do you know the average number of fairways you’re finding each round?
Many golfers fall into traps set by course designers when they go flag-hunting. But there’s a way to stay safe while still creating scoring opportunities.
Teeing the ball up too high and not using the tee box properly might not seem like a big deal, but it often leads to missed greens.
Making them your putting partner for 9 holes is more likely to inspire them to take up the game than a lesson or a range session would.
This is one of the quickest ways to improve your score and find more joy on the golf course.
Golf should be a joy, not a constant struggle. You can experience better. Here’s how.
Shooting in the 80s? Then we have a plan you’re going to want to hear about.
In just 20 hours, you could be shooting lower scores and have more fun on the course.
Performance variables are a means to an end. The real achievement is how much more enjoyable your golf becomes.
Here’s a fun alternative playing format that will help you improve inside the scoring zone.
Once we know which of these levels you’re on, we can begin to drastically improve your iron play.
Being better around the green will help you shoot lower scores, but enjoying the entire hole is just as important.
A fun and full playing experience on course that takes less than an hour. It is possible.
Once we find the answer to this important question, your playing experience will be transformed.
You can treat tee boxes like a suggestion rather than a rule.
The world is more than ever about the people and the games we love. What will help deepen your love?
Being able to properly ‘separate’ your upper body and hips during your golf swing helps you hit longer shots.
Impress your playing partners, have more fun around the greens, and lower your score.
We’re here to help you stay on track and reach new levels of enjoyment and scoring.
A more fulfilling and satisfying golf experience doesn’t have to be confined to your dreams; let’s make it a reality.
We can use two specific phases of each hole to benchmark your game, lower your score, and improve your experience.
When your kinetic chain is strong, your energy transfer is better, and your swing is more powerful and consistent.
There are many stairways to golf heaven, and we can help you find yours.
Here’s how we’re going to help you achieve your goals and play better golf.
Increasing your pelvic mobility can help you hit a higher smash factor more consistently.
What part of your game would give you the most joy if you improved it?
Golf should be a source of joy, not misery. You can play the golf you dream of, and we can help you get there.
Here’s a fun way to improve your stroke play from tricky lies.
Your putter should be your magic wand. There’s one more club that needs the magic dust.
If you’ve spent many years playing recreational, social golf, shooting in the low 90s, then how good could you be?
Par 18 is a great game to play with friends, and it will definitely sharpen you up.
If you want a golf swing that has you looking good and threatening 80, then
If you want to break 90, then that’s the prize. Do not be diverted.
We’re going to help you play those tricky winter lies.
You know that on every round, you ought to create two additional scorecards?
We allow the wrong swing thoughts on the tee. If you want to break 90, think again.
Golf is a game of technique and timing. We’re looking for ladies who want to have a game that gets them lower than 85 most days.
Playing from sloped lies is always awkward, but it doesn’t have to mean dropping shots.
If you want to break 90, then how are you approaching each hole? Here are some thoughts.
In one of the most important parts of the game, most golfers place themselves at a disadvantage.
Don’t get stuck in the mud this winter.
A happy image that disguises frustration caused by a simple equipment error.
One factor has the largest impact on your ability to sink putts in the 8 to 10-foot range.
Why is there such a big gap between the number of flat 10-foot putts a Tour Pro sinks and the number a regular golfer sinks?
Here’s a putting skills test you should challenge yourself with on a regular basis.
There’s a very good reason for the strange looking poses in yoga.
Morning work commutes can now be replaced with an hour in the fresh air improving your golf and having fun.
Here’s a way you can increase oxygen and blood flow to your muscles, for a stronger, more consistent golf swing.
Your golf no longer needs to be confined to your weekend.
Knowing your dispersion patterns frees you up to approach a daunting hole with more confidence.
When you know your dispersion patterns, it becomes so much easier to navigate a new golf course.
For golfers looking to take their game up a level, muscle strength endurance is key.
Fill the gaps in your schedule with joy and better golf at one of our practice clubs.
Mobility is the most important fitness component for golfers, and this form of exercise helps you to improve it.
If you’ve recovered time by working from home, our practice clubs are the perfect fillers.
Understanding your dispersion pattern can have an immediate impact on your club selection and aim.
Your hip flexors help you tilt and rotate your hips during the golf swing but they don’t like extended periods of sitting.
Golf is a game for all of us to enjoy, for life.
Staying active is good for your body as well as your golf swing.
This fun challenge is a great way to improve your wedge play skills.
Don’t underestimate the importance of teeing up properly on par 3’s.
From physical and emotional well being, to connecting with family and friends; golf has so much to offer your child.
The most important thing is what golf means to your child. Let them have the relationship they want with golf.
Seeing all par 3s as scoring opportunities is a risky game to play.
Many golfers get tense around the greens, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
Many golfers get tense around the greens, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
As the parent of a junior golfer, you have a very important role to play.
Heard of “scapulohumeral rhythm”? It helps you make a full shoulder rotation and swing on plane.
Getting your children into golf while they’re young makes skills development a lot smoother. But that’s not all.
Flag hunting on par 3s is a limited approach that creates unnecessary risk.
The total number of shots during your round isn’t the only score you should be keeping track of.
With a few good habits you can improve your movement and flexibility, and free your golf swing.
From good physical health, to a vibrant social life and stronger relationships. Golf has all this to offer, and more.
Three generations connected by golf. What an incredible opportunity!
Knowing these five distances will improve your chances of hitting the green on par 3’s.
Next time you play 18 holes, try out this benchmark challenge to see where your short game is.
Golf offers children positive experiences and connections for life.
Check out these stretches and exercises to help you reduce the distance dip that comes with age.
Golf offers your child the fun of gaming with the added benefits of exercise and fresh air.
We can use video to help you reduce or even eliminate the inconsistent fade.
Now is the time to make an impact on your scorecard. If we could add distance to your tee shots and put you in the fairway a few more times, how low could you go?
As we age, we can lose the ability to make this rotational separation, but here’s a great exercise to help you out.
Using video to coach you from home so you can sink those flat 5-footers on course, everytime.
Golf gives families an opportunity like few other sports.
For most of us, the pleasures of hitting a good tee shot aren’t measured just in yards. There are more important measures.
We can use video to sharpen your short game.
Muscles stiffen with age, reducing your rotational capacity. Here’s a great stretch to help keep you limber.
If everything goes right, then there’s the chance of a glory putt, but there’s a lot of important shots before that.
Let’s use video of your swing to add 10 yards to your driving distance.
An important stretch for rotation.
The golf course is a safe and fun testing ground for children.
We’re not sure why we hang on to some old truths when the new truth is so clear.
A stronger core gives you more distance on course and better movement off it.
Make it easier to repeat your best swing.
Generate more power without risking injury.
Generate more power with less effort.
Add more value to your practice by choosing a skill to make the primary focus of your range session.
Getting your children into the game early could be the greatest gift you give them.
A good way to prepare yourself for the variety of challenges during a round.
Get yourself into better positions on the golf course.
An exercise that can help improve your ball striking.
Playing a second sport that complements golf can help juniors improve their golf performance.
Hip rotation is fundamental to the golf swing. Here’s how you can improve yours.
Playing a second sport that complements golf can help juniors improve their golf performance.
Here’s why getting better at scrambling is especially important for amateurs.
In times like these, golf can be your solace.
A stronger foundation for a better golf swing.
It might be a lot of effort to be an elite level golfer. But it doesn’t take very much at all to master a skill.
A golf course is more than just 18 tees and greens.
Play your best for longer.
Add more value to your practice by choosing a skill to make the primary focus of your range session.
Get active during downtime to improve your distance when you return.
Being comfortable hitting any iron makes the game more enjoyable.
Confidence over short putts adds confidence to your whole game.
How improving your angle of attack can give you a shorter approach.
What aspect of your game could you improve?
In a fast-paced, frantic, friends-on-facebook world there’s a slower and better social network.
There’s yet another reason to come and play-9 with us.
Play-9 with us and a whole new world opens up.
We’re here to nurture the greatest love affair you’ll ever experience.
Most golfers have some very simple to fix bad habits that have little to do with technique.
There is a real joy to discovering better results. It’s even more important than the scorecard.
Forget your experience. For too many that kills hope.
How much do you crave something? How brightly does your flame of desire burn?
When you arrive at a golf club rank 1, 2, and 3 what’s most important to you
Everyone is different and everyone balances the different reasons to play the game. How do you balance them?
How would you like to look like a good golfer? How would you like to play better golf?
Most golfers struggle with consistent and accurate ball striking because the wrong body part controls their swing.
Most golfers struggle with consistent and accurate ball striking because the wrong body part controls their swing.
That’s a great rule that every golfer should follow.
Is there such a thing as a one-club wind, especially when you don’t know if you’re coming or going?
As if the lie you’ve got, and challenge of every target you have, isn’t random enough, then we add the wind.
How do you prepare for the decisions you have to make out on the course where the world is so very random.
If you know someone who you’d like to introduce to golf, then we need your help
Learning golf needs to be ‘play’. That is the best way to learn.
Want to see a child’s confidence grow. Watch them to learn a new skill.
Introducing golf to children, even teenagers, isn’t about creating tour superstars. It’s more important than that.
There’s compelling evidence that improving your putting and short game creates the quickest results on your scorecard.
Here’s research that highlights just how important golf is as an active lifestyle.
Parents need to make sure their children are living an active lifestyle. There’s nothing better than golf.
This is a staggering fact and one we ought to be very committed to changing.
Golf is the greatest game for families that has ever been invented.
Computer Game addiction used to a faraway place sort of problem. Ask any parent who’s child has discovered the Fortnite game, how close to home the problem is now.
How else does a 16-year old girl process 1,700 social messages a day on average?
We need to find a way to add balance to our children’s lives.
Golf should be one of the activities a child participates in to live a longer and better life.
Any journey is better with friends. And as we said: “better is great”.
If you want to improve then connect with why you want to improve.
Forget what you see on TV, just being better is great
We want to inspire you to take a journey. As many of you as possible.
This is the greatest game on the planet. Every shot that feels right is a beautiful experience. Let’s create more of them and the game gets even better.
We want to make you a master of the knock down wedge shot.
We just love blowing away myths so that our golfers have a better golf game.
Why would we approach a wedge shot in a different way to the best players?
If we asked you to throw a ball into this bucket there would be an obvious approach. What clues does that give us?
And everything in between.
We’ve changed some advice offered by one of the world’s most famous mental game coaches.
Often there’s a single change that delivers the broadest smile.
Why would you want to improve your golf swing; improve your consistency?
The manufacturers have made Par 3’s easier. It’s your turn to take advantage of that improvement.
Are you making it more difficult to hit good iron shots on Par 3’s?
How could you improve your scores on the Par 3’s?
You don’t have to be the lonely, long-distance runner to succeed.
If just 1 inch in putter length and 2° correction on face angle turns you into a wizard on the greens, wouldn’t you be interested?
How you decide to practice can accelerate your improvement and have unexpected benefits.
Decide to acquire a new skill or master a new shot. Please do. Along the way, “mix it up”.
That’s the answer to the question “how good could you be?”. And according to one scientist with less effort than expected.
Whatever the wind conditions, most Professionals prefer to arrow wedge shots in on a lower trajectory than you’d think.
There’s a technique to hitting shots into the wind that ought to provide clues to more consistency on every shot.
Struggling in the wind. Remember:
‘when it’s breezy, swing easy’.
There’s a little more to it.
In the last three weeks, we’ve asked questions about what you most want out of your golf.
Which is your favorite format, and which would you rather not play?
You’re driving to the club to play golf. What most inspires you about your golf today?
We’re interested in where you rank on a scale from 1 (where golf is a recreational and social past-time) to 5 (it’s all about competitive sport).
Becoming better isn’t about a lonely journey. Actually, it offers the opportunity for more friendships.
Golf has many advantages. It’s a truly great game, with so many benefits. But some things are special.
Does the handicap system act as a motivation to improve or settle for what you have?
So, which improvement motivation came out #1 in our survey of golfers?
If you want to hit higher spinning wedge shots, we’ve learned a lot from launch monitor data.
Do you know what spin loft is? If you want to hit higher spinning wedge shots, you need to know.
Faced with a 50m shot too many golfers think the way to hit it closer is to use a higher ball flight with a higher lofted wedge. Is it?
If you want to hit lower trajectory, high spinning wedge shots, then get some basics right first.
Bunkers don’t have to be thought of as a ‘hazard’.
Learning how to use your bounce will make you much more consistent, and eliminate fat shots.
Making time for bounce could save you a lot of hours.
You might know about bounce, but can you use it?
If your #1 priority when playing golf is “fun with friends”, then without a doubt, this is the best format to play.
Holiday over? Back at work? Don’t let the winter come too quickly.
You don’t have to play “down” to your children’s level (or up to them in some cases). Play a format that offers both of you a challenge.
Of course it is. There are so many different formats. Some may make the experience much more enjoyable for the learner.
We don’t play holes as long as these golfers do. So don’t try and copy them. Play formats that make allowances for your skill level.
Outside of competition, the focus on golf should be enjoying the friendships and the playing experience.
If you’ve spent many years playing recreational, social golf, shooting low 90’s, then how good could you be?
If you want a golf swing that has you looking good and threatening 80, then
Golf is a game of technique and timing. We’re looking for ladies who want to have a game that gets them lower than 85 most days.
If you’re shooting low 90’s / high 80’s, then it’s time to get below 85 most times, and even threaten 80. Interested?
Your distance potential is determined to large extent by your clubhead speed and I want to make sure you’re not losing out.

The quickest route to improvement

Assessment. Easy wins. Practice drills. Practice with purpose. Better golf.
Practice is a time to improve your knowledge of how the golf ball flies, carries and lands.
You don’t hit 50 consecutive #7 irons on the course. So why practise that?
You haven’t got 10,000 hours to practise, so how do you make the most of the time you do have?
A more direct call to action for golfers to think more when choosing how to play a hole. A clearer explanation that an ‘accompanied round’ with the Pro would help.
Course management is important on Par 3’s. Maybe let me help you on the golf course and watch you play?
Now we want the golfer to think about their consistency with their Irons. Are they planning for perfection?
We want to get under 13 juniors to experience and sample golf. It’s great for their movement and balance skills, and it’s social.
We try to focus the golfer on their performance on Par 3’s. is it good enough? Can they improve?
We’re teaching children FUNdamentals. Yes, they’re learning how to hit the ball, play the game, even compete. Yes, they’re making lots of friends. But above all, it’s got to offer the real ... See more
When we’re working with children and juniors, we’re not trying to find the one exceptional golfer. We’re trying to make sure every child and young person has a very positive, enabling experience.
We want golf to be a fun, enjoyable experience for your child. We need your help in that objective. Your role is critical.
Have we inspired those of you shooting above 90, to target 89 or less on most every occasion this year?
If you’re shooting above 89 on most visits to the golf course, then now is the time to make a leap.
We’re challenging all golfers who shoot in the 90’s or even above, to start a journey to better golf. To target a score in the 80’s every time.
If you’re a golfer that’s shooting above 90 most times then it’s time to set yourself a challenge.
With all the new and exciting releases of golf equipment, it’s likely that many of you will be looking at buying a new Driver, searching for better performance that will undoubtedly include extra ... See more
Some golfers will describe other courses as a ‘Pitch and Putt’. I’m not sure how they mean it, but we’d like to suggest that ‘Pitch and Putt’ is actually a great game.
Improving range of motion helps you make not just a better swing, but to recapture lost yards and consistency.
We’d like your thoughts on your short-game. Just five simple questions. Nothing complicated, technical, or personal. But it will help us with some research. Start now.
If your handicap is 15 or above, then review your performance and technique on this shot.
One of the advantages of youth is the ability to ‘separate’ the upper body and the hips.
Many golfers struggle to make good and consistent contact because they’re restricted or use their arms without rotating the upper body. Improve your range of motion. Improve your golf.
This year we want you ready to play better golf.
And the most important thing you can do to improve your golf swing is to improve your range of motion.
Over the next 3 or 4 weeks keep a separate scorecard. It only comes into play when you have an approach shot, from the fairway.
The golf swing has a lot of moving parts. Stability, as you rotate, is very important if you’re looking to make solid contact at impact.
Your Hamstrings consist of three muscles that do an awful lot to manage the operation of your lower body.
You can swing on the right swing path BUT if your putter face is open by just 2° at impact, then from 6‘ you miss. On the putting green one thing leads to another.
Tiger Woods once blamed a poor round on a failure “to activate the glutes”.
There’s a set of muscles that, if exercised correctly, will not only improve your golf swing, they’ll help to keep aches and pains away during your regular day.
A best ever score, or a competition win is often accompanied by a great performance on the greens.
Three feet downhill across a slope is not the same as three feet straight uphill.
If we can get you here, then you’ll hit more fairways, you’ll be able to attack greens with short and mid-Irons
If you’d like to be able to come to the golf course, even if you haven’t played for a while, and know that you’ll still hit Fairways
This is a simple, solid, very repeatable golf swing that makes it so much easier to hit better golf shots more consistently.
It’s time to make the game easier. Not just now, but for the rest of your life.
It’s your children to enjoy now, it’s a shared retirement you’ll appreciate later.
The consequences to non-mental health through adolescence is catastrophic. Get children - every child you know - into golf.
Play more golf. Make more friends. Take part in more social events.
If you’re measuring ‘steps’, get out and play golf more often. You’ll blow your target away.
If they’re finding time for the gym, running or cycling before or after work, then they can find time for golf.
The latest equipment and / or some coaching takes the right side out of play.
Do you know how many steps you take in a round of golf?
Discover how golf is the greatest family pastime there is.
A lot of people who played the game of golf through their teens and early twenties, stopped playing as their career’s and family commitments placed pressure on their time.
We need your help. Most of you will know an ex-golfer. Someone who fell out of love with the game.
If you’ve got children, or you’re lucky enough to have grand-children, and you haven’t done so already, introduce them to golf.
There’s no question that for a beginner, golf can be an intimidating game, especially 400 yards out from the hole.
The experts believe that this approach to practice keeps the brain much more engaged on the shot that’s about to be played ask Jordan Spieth
Most advice seems to recommend using one of two practice methods, but when I watch golfers practicing, they don’t utilise either unlike Jordan Spieth.
If you’ve got some time after work, which is going give the most enjoyment?
What percentage of golfers playing in the next Saturday competition will have put in any real practice time?
If you’ve got short-game practice time with a friend or family member, then make it more fun with a Par 18 Challenge.
We watch so many regular, and even better golfers who live with a poorer score than they need to.
Whatever standard of golfer you are, try and find time to play 9 holes of 40-yard golf regularly.
While you’re playing a full 18-holes, there is another game or two you should keep track of. One is your average from 50 yards in.
Too many amateur golfers actually strike the ball with a slightly descending blow.
Three great reasons your children should learn to play golf. First, they learn it so easily and get to have a lifetime of fun.
Have you ever noticed how much easier children can pick up new movement skills than adults?
Encourage your children to find time to disconnect from the pressure and more connected with friends.
One of the richest benefits of golf can be found in what happens with your family down the years.
If you watch the diminutive ladies from the LPGA Tour hitting it a mile, you’ll notice how their downswing follows a specific sequence
Some of the ladies on the LPGA Tour and my girl pupil hit the ball consistently past 270 yards, despite being shorter and lighter than many of those we see on the 1st tee struggling to get much ... See more
On the LPGA Tour the ladies, despite a more diminutive size, are hitting it from the tee past the 270 yard mark on occasion. What are they and my girl pupil doing that we can learn from?
Have you checked the average driving distances the ladies on the LPGA Tour hit their tee shots? One of my girl pupils averages 270 yards, how does she do it?
Make sure you’re lining up
with confidence.
Are you one of the large majority of golfers who’re unsure about exactly how far they hit each of their clubs?
There’s a simple measure we can improve, with game management improvement, that directly impacts your scorecard.
A better statistic for most of us to measure than “greens in regulation” is our mid range approach shot percentages.
The priorities of a Tour Professional and you are bound to be different. Yours are more important to us.
If you’re a regular golfer with a 15 – 24 handicap, then you could be 10 shots better with a good player’s short game
from 100 yards in
You all play golf for individual reasons. We probably all enjoy hitting a record score, but for many (research tells us most), what we’re really after is enjoyment out in the big green space.
Your golfing dream doesn’t always have to be related to performance. It might be to be able to play with a daughter or son, or grand-father or grand-mother. Possibly you’d like to join in with a ... See more
I am going to start a series of articles on key benchmarks in your golf game that you should assess, but I want to start with a really important shoutout.
The world changes. Attitudes and expectations change. Retirement is a stage of life that’s changed. No longer does he go off to garden or the golf course to escape. No longer does she deal with all ... See more
There are so many ways to play golf. You don’t have to sit back and wait for the format to be dictated. Why not play a 4-man scramble amongst friends. It’s a really social experience and most shots ... See more
The three biggest reasons to play golf more often this year are:
Too many golfers have succumbed to the pressures of modern life and disappeared from the game. Let’s help them find the passion again.
I’m not sure if there’s a more fulfilling activity than golf when people enter retirement. It continues to provide a challenge that offers a sense of reward and accomplishment.
There is a sense that the world is going too fast. Responsibilities and expectations have increased. There’s too much to be done, in too little time.
There are so many reasons that golf is a great activity for children. They’re outside, in a social activity, developing coordination, balance and ball striking skills, and having a lot of fun.
Breaking 90 – Don’t live with this problem. Amongst golfers shooting above 90 and especially 95 the most common fault we see is a combination of the wrong swing path AND the club face open to the ... See more
Yes, that’s our target. We know that the ball that moves right (or left for left-handers), bedevils so many of our golfers.
Most golfers struggle with a left-to-right shot shape (left handers are vice versa). If that’s you it’s robbing you of distance; time in the fairway and on the greens; and fulfillment.
If you’re shooting above 90 or 95, then come and chat to us.
Have an assessment and let’s see how we can get you shooting in the 80’s more often, if not always.
How many times are you tricked on unfamiliar greens by which way your ball breaks as it gets to the hole?
We probably accept that Tour caddies are better at reading Putts than most of us. There’s an opinion that they’re masters of some “dark art” of green reading.
When you crouch down behind the ball or stand up and walk around the Putt, what are you really looking at? Do you have a process to read the green? Does your local knowledge suffice?
On TV it often looks like the Pros are making everything. You’d probably expect those statistics to be ‘better’. So, of the Putts they missed from 20 feet, what do you think the percentage breakdown ... See more
In the last weeks I’ve been talking to those golfers who aren’t breaking 95 every time. Often we find that their golf has become too complicated. They’ve reached a level, but they don’t want to push ... See more
Exploiting rotational forces will not only add distance to your shots, it’ll help your ball striking consistency.
Here’s a drill that makes it impossible for you to manipulate the club. The club will lead the swing.
Often to improve your ball striking we need to simplify the golf swing.
Possibly we should measure the success of golf in the Olympics by how many people, especially youngsters, it inspired to try the game of golf.
Ball speed is the biggest factor in how much carry you achieve and is created by clubhead speed and quality of impact. Technique and physical conditioning both have a role to play in how much ball ... See more
Your distance potential is determined to large extent by your clubhead speed and we want to make sure you’re not losing out. We can do this using a combination of appropriate technique adjustments ... See more
Hitting long shots requires a high energy transfer from golfer to club to ball, and Smash Factor is a measure of this energy transfer.
I get lots of golfers coming to me with concerns about losing distance in their game despite no obvious swing mechanic and/or equipment changes. When it comes to this common problem, I like to take ... See more
Your muscles will struggle to contract with enough force to stabilize and power-up your swing if they’re tight, rigid and unengaged. That’s why maintaining normal length in the muscles of your upper ... See more
This is a popular and effective way of preparing the body for efficient movement and getting into the habit of doing it regularly can improve your range of motion and help you generate more power and ... See more
We’d like to see how much distance we can add to your game by helping you improve your flexibility using a set of exercises over a one-month period and assessing your swing before and after.

Playing to the rules

17 Golf rules you definitely need to know when playing in a tournament. A neat article in Golf Digest.
The rotational capacity of your hips, back and shoulders affects how much torque you can produce during your golf swing, which in turn affects your power and distance.
There is a lot of confusing information written about the bunker shot, yet with the correct technique, this is an easy shot to play well. If you’re at all unsure of how to play this shot (beyond the ... See more
One of the tips when practicing bunker play is to draw a line in the sand about a cm behind the ball and to practice entering the sand there. For many, that tip creates a vision of the leading edge ... See more
Bunker play is a great example of the danger of written instruction. Golfers have read a few guide points: Open the face, dig in the sand, aim behind the ball etc.; and then tried to apply those. ... See more
Is your approach to a Par 3: ‘I was set this challenge, I’ll take it on no matter what”?
There should be a sequence of how you prepare your plan for how to attack a Par 3.
Have you tracked where you’re missing the green on Par 3’s?
Tee it up on a Par 3. But how high? Set yourself up to succeed on Par 3’s.
In the Drive, Chip & Putt Championship for Junior golfers, the participants will hit 3 chip shots to test their skill with the Wedge. This is actually a great competition to play amongst friends on a ... See more
Have you considered measuring your tee-shot performance and tracking your improvement? Give this test a try.
There are so many ways to have fun hitting a golf ball. You can create your own variation on the Drive, Chip & Putting Championship scoring format to improve those skills that will deliver more fun ... See more
Many of the better players get away with the wrong plane on their downswing most of the time because they’re able to make adjustments with their hands.
If you’re shooting in the lower 90’s with some good scores lower in the 80’s, but you’re inclined to lose the ball right (left for left handers) because of your first move on the downswing, then ... See more

Swinging on plane might be easier than you think

It might be easier than you think to improve your consistency. Without the proper posture, creating the correct plane for YOUR body will prove challenging
It’s really worth learning about how a golf swing that’s “on plane” can add enjoyment to your round.

Recover a golfer: give someone the gift of an assessment

If someone you know quit the game because it was too much of a struggle, let us help you recover that golfer by showing them the quickest journey to better golf.
Some golfers gave up the game because they couldn’t reach a standard that allowed them to enjoy the game. They see the route back to the game as being hours on the lesson tee and hours thereafter ... See more

Recover a golfer: Make it fun

Golf, especially for someone who hasn’t played in a while, can offer a lot of punishment and heart-break. But we can change that.
Research indicates that over 40% of those who no longer play would actually like to play again. What can you and I do to recover those golfers?

Break 85: Don't ignore the fundamentals

How does a 140lb lady golfer hit the ball so far, so accurately, and so consistently?
Just as important as an upper body turn is on the backswing, so you need to be
able to extend through the impact zone and follow through.
Many golfers have never had any short game coaching. Even fewer have had a Putting lesson. And it shows in the performances from 40 yards in. It’s almost as if we expect to get to a level of skill ... See more
One of the advantages of youth is the ability to ‘separate’ the upper body and the hips.
One of the advantages of youth is the ability to ‘separate’ the upper body and the hips.
You need to approach every hole aware of the risks, and the ability to know enough about your own game to appreciate where there’s a potential reward and where there isn’t.

How is your upper body rotation?

Here's another exercise that is designed to improve your range of motion and your ability to make a good shoulder turn.
You’ll find that the game you have, to shoot under 85 consistently, will bring you so much joy. It’s not about your handicap, it’s about having the quality to get around a golf course with some ... See more
If you can use the next 3 months to improve your range of motion, then when you get to next make that golf swing, an improved range of motion will help you make a better swing.
The ability to separate the hips from the shoulders is important for an effective turn during the golf swing.
The hip flexor muscles must be flexible and strong if you want a stable, powerful golf swing. When they’re weak, compensation occurs, causing a number of swing limitations and injury.
Comerford’s Hip Complex is an exercise developed specifically to strengthen the hip rotators and improve stability, both vital to a powerful swing.
I would guess that less than half of you have a standard warm up routine on the Putting green before they make their way to the 1st green. You really ought to. There should be a few key putting ... See more

What's your move to improve?

Have you thought about where you can make your next improvements? Think about it now.
In this short video from Matt Every, there's a really neat idea about distance control with your irons and how you can improve while having some fun.
The manufacturers' advertising promises extra yards. That's great but for many of you, finding the Fairway more often would have a bigger impact not just on your scorecard, but your enjoyment. Here's ... See more
Golf doesn’t have to be 18 holes and 4+ hours. Find a few friends, come down after work, and set up a competition around a practice area that might take only 30 – 45 minutes. You’ll have great fun in ... See more
Whatever your skill level or experience you'll really struggle to hit accurate approach shots if you're not playing with fitted irons. Here's why.
Then here are four skills challenges to test yourself. These challenges will examine your short pitch, greenside bunker, long chip and lob shot skills. Keep score and test yourself regularly. Make ... See more
When you're buying a new Driver we should start with your swing and what improvement will make the biggest difference to your game.
You should always be prepared to measure your performance levels at different shot making skills. Practice ought to be helping you to improve your skills so that you're having more fun on the course. ... See more
We all think we're beyond the fundamentals, but you should re-visit them often. Here's a fundamental many golfers miss and it makes a big difference to club head speed.