Topping the golf ball out on the course, in front of your playing partners, can leave you feeling frustrated and even a little foolish.
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In this lesson we’ll look at some key tips for playing fairway bunker golf shots. Fairway bunkers tend to be a bit bigger and flatter than green-side bunkers – giving you an opportunity to take a less lofted club than the sand wedge...
A topped approach shot into the green isn’t usually that destructive,but it’s thoroughly dissatisfying and does little for your confidence. This How To Stop Topping The Ball mini series will help you eliminate topped shots from your golf game.
One of the best shots to watch a Professional play is the wedge shot from between 40m – 70m. The ball has quite a low flight, hits the green, bounces once or twice and stops dead. I’m sure you have thought, how do they do that?
It seems that a very high percentage of the golfers struggle with their upper body moving too fast in the downswing. It is a natural instinct to try to create power with our upper body, as we often carry a lot strength in this area of our body.
Slice is one of the most common mistakes in golf, but it can be caused by many elements. Robin Symes identified 3 errors that cause slicing and helped to craft easy and effective drills to fix your swing.
Have you ever wished that someone would give you that tip earlier? Pete Styles decided to select top 10 most useful tips for beginners.
Egg Fried lie normally have a disaster, either not getting out of the bunker or hitting over the other side of the green. In this article, I am going to show you that actually, if you know how to play the shot correctly.
How do you transfer your weight correctly? First of all, the term weight transfer is not really correct. Pressure transfer is more correct. The reason will hopefully become clear to you in this article.