The three biggest myths when using the driver

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Me and my golf discuss the three biggest myths seen on the golf course with a driver. The first myth being the need to take your driver back both low and wide to gain extra distance. This isn’t recommended as it can hinder torso and wrist flexibility through the swing. Then there’s the second myth… Read more »

The split personality of Royal Troon

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To say that Royal Troon is a course of two halves is an understatement. ‘Tam Arte Quam Marte’ – as much by skill as by strength – is the club’s motto. The message is that your skill on the front nine determines how much of a cushion you can take into the homeward half, when… Read more »

Top tips for doing business on the golf course

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When you’re negotiating a business deal, it’s often hard to get to know your potential partner’s true character in an office environment. That’s why the golf course is a popular setting for business deals. So, if you’re after tips for sealing a deal on the golf course, you’re in the right place. Here are some… Read more »

Golfing predictions for 2015

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2014 has been a fascinating year in golf. In the pro game, it’s been a great season for European fans. After breaking off his engagement to tennis star Caroline Wozniaki, a reinvigorated Rory McIlroy won both the Open Championship and USPGA, establishing his position as World Number 1. Martin Kaymer of Germany claimed his second… Read more »