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Monday, 10 December 2018



 



On a scale of zero to ten, each time you play, how important is your playing experience? By that I mean your experience hitting your shots?

If you played better next week than you did the previous time out, would you be more or less likely to enjoy yourself more?

We would be amazed if you didn’t get more enjoyment, even if you don’t win the competition, if you hit better golf shots.

If you feel that hitting better golf shots would lead to a better playing experience, and want to start the journey to better golf, please contact us
We want to help more of our golfers experience more often the joy of a sweetly struck, accurate, iron shot.
That means increasing consistency, and how square to the target line the club face is at impact.
To achieve that, whatever your skill level, you need an iron that fits you.
The chances of that off the shelf: 1 in 15 or even worse odds.
 
 
The wrong shaft length makes getting into the right address position more difficult.
The wrong lie angle makes square contact very difficult.
The wrong shaft flex means you’re not translating the power of your swing into ball flight and speed.
Each of these affects consistency, accuracy, and distance. 
 
 

This is a ‘no-brainer’. Every golfer should play with golf equipment that makes it easy to repeat a golf swing;
that brings the club face back to the ball; square to the target line. Inexperienced and learning? Make it easier.
Improving and aspiring? Make it easier. Good and competitive? Make it easier.
 
 

 
 
To lower your scoring, you must be a confident greenside player.
Without using your bounce it is difficult to make consistent contact to build that confidence.
Different coaches will teach different chipping techniques to different golfers,
depending on skill level and how much time they have to perfect their technique.

 
 
A ‘classic’ approach is to take up a stance with the hands forward and the ball back in our stance,
and then make contact with the ball with the hands still ahead. This method is simple to understand,
but requires perfect contact. Do you get to practise everyday?

If you can learn how to use your bounce it becomes easier to make solid contact, even if you’re stroke is slightly off.
It’s perfect for weekend golfers who don’t have the time to practise everyday.
 
 

Using the bounce on your wedge makes chipping off all lies a lot simpler.
Are you working with your wedge design?

 

 

 



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