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Wednesday, 14 November 2018



There's been enough talk about resolutions already, I'm sure. We want to inspire commitments. Commitments to your golf game. Think of us as your support team.

So, if you're a golfer who loses the big shots right (if you're a right-hander) to a slice or uncontrolled fade, then we want to inspire you to commit to at least reduce the impact of that shot, if not eradicate it entirely.

There is no need for that shot to ruin your scorecard, trash your enjoyment, and, if you're a gambling man or woman, to lighten your wallet.

Commit to remove your slice.

Book an assessment and let us identify the cause of your slice.


You’re playing an approach shot into the green. You’ve got a target. You’re telling yourself it’s large. “No big deal.”
You’re settling over the ball with really positive swing thoughts. Hold on.
If you haven’t already done so, I have three very simple questions.
 

 
           
 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.
 
 


 



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