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Sunday, March 29, 2020

Not sure what to get Mom for Mother's Day? Or maybe you're just looking to spoil that special golfing lady in your life (or yourself)! Whatever it may be, we have put together some great ladies' outfits, all ready to be purchased in our shop, with the accessories to match! Take a look and let us know if you would like to reserve some items.

Buy a dozen of Chrome Soft Balls in our shop and go into a draw to win a O-works Putter!

Buy any 3 clothing items and get the cheapest one for free! (only on full prize merchandise)

Save 25% on all ladies golf shoes

Scala cap and Cappelli bag for only R 399

Buy any two adidas shirts and save 10%

Buy two Callaway selected caps for only R 449

Two Dawn Patrol gloves for R 349

Two Srixon gloves for R 249

Save 20% on selected golf bags

Reserve an item here!

Get Connected - Ball Between the Arms Drill

Creating a connection between the turn of your shoulders and swing of your arms promotes a more efficient golf swing with less moving parts. Most amateurs' swings have too many moving parts and as a result develop a great deal of inconsistency. To improve the connection in your swing I recommend The Ball Drill. Find a ball about the size of a slightly deflated volleyball and pinch the ball between both biceps while also having it contact your chest. Once the ball is in place, grip the club and begin to make short swings. Gradually work your way up to a full-length swing while swinging slowly. The key to performing the ball drill is that the ball must maintain contact with all three points while you are swinging. The length of your back swing may feel shorter and more restricted. Connecting the motion of the body and arms will eliminate unnecessary moving parts in your golf swing and make it easier to repeat.


You want a soft golf ball but, if you’re a slower swing speed golfer, you also need one that
will maximise energy transfer at impact. We’ve got you covered.
This ball has a super-low compression. The softest ever Srixon core will deliver you an incredibly soft feel.
But this balls core offers two other big gains for the slower swing speed golfer:

If you’re a golfer with a slower swing speed, then it’s worth trialling a sleeve of Srixon
UltiSoft to see how this ball improves your golf experience.


 This month, our focus is your score on the Par 3’s you play.
Let’s start that focus with some measurement.
 How many under or over Par were you
on the Par 3’s in your last round?

Start to make that a statistic you keep.

Keep your average score per round.

Make this a target for improvement.
Simple Tip #1

Tee the golf ball to the correct height to encourage consistency.
As well as tracking your score on Par 3’s, pay close attention to where your misses are.
Do they reflect the same challenges you have on all approach shots?
Improving your performance on Par 3’s will probably increase your enjoyment throughout the round.
Think about improvement. If we can help,

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