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Wednesday, 14 November 2018


Congratulations to Francesco Molinari, the “Champion Golfer of the Year”. While there is much to say about how some fell away; how Tiger threatened; and how Justin Rose wasn’t even about to make the cut when he stood on the 18th tee on Friday before finishing 2nd on Sunday; we’d like to draw your attention to something else.

Italy’s first ever major championship winner does two things very, very well. First, he puts the ball in play time after time off the tee. From there the game becomes a lot easier. Then, when there’s a struggle or opportunity from 6 feet in, he sinks putt after putt after putt.

Find a driver you can use effectively. Then develop a putting stroke, setup and alignment which allow you to become deadly from 6 feet in.

You might not become the champion golfer, but you will get a lot more enjoyment and fulfilment from your game. Contact us.

 
You may have played golf for health and well-being, social, and recreational reasons for 20+ years.
You have had some coaching in the beginning, but since then you’ve only had “fix” lessons. I
f you’re shooting in the low 90’s or high 80’s, you have proven athletic ability.
How good could you be?

 

 
This isn’t about pumping iron and becoming the young stud.
It’s about maximizing the potential of technique and timing. Get that right and:

 

 
If that’s a golf experience that appeals to you, then please don’t wait.
Start the journey to hitting even better golf shots. 
 
 
 
If you’ve got youngsters learning the game, even young teenagers,
I know you can play together with different handicaps, so over a 500 yard hole one of you is getting extra strokes.
But how cool is it to tackle challenges you can both accomplish equally?

 
 
Why not play 9, and make every hole a Par 3? Tee off from where the shortest hitter in the group,
can make the green with a mid-Iron or less.

 
 
Golf can be a very challenging game.
But it’s really an opportunity to spend time together with friends or family,
in a healthy, outdoors environment.

In that context, it’s a game that you want each of you to enjoy.
So do your best to create challenges everyone can tackle.
 

Even amongst good golfers, 9-holes in an evening, where you make each hole a Par 3,
no longer than an Iron approach for the shortest hitter, is a great experience.

Playing competitive Par 3’s also tests your course management, more than you expect.
It really places a focus on your ball striking and scrambling.
If we can help

 


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