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When the sun sets early and frost touches grass, many golfers call it a day. Little do they know, playing golf in winter can be most enjoyable. The clear winter mornings, quieter courses and fabulous deals can make it feel like you’ve hit the jackpot. What’s more, if you want to improve your game, giving… Read more »
Every golfer is looking for ways to improve their game. However, sometimes it’s the most obvious thing that you need to work on that can completely change your skill set. This guide will look at the six best ways to improve your golf game. Give them a go yourself and see what difference it can… Read more »
The article below was written by Andrew Wright, Instruction Editor of National Club Golfer. Here are some tips to get you through if you’re out on the course and the heavens open. Up and down the country, courses have been subjected to ridiculous amounts of rainfall. However, if this isn’t enough to deter you, we’ve got… Read more »
Watch the game’s best players in action, and you’ll struggle to find one who doesn’t have a pre-shot routine of some kind. Why? Well, they’ll tell you that having a consistent drill ahead of each shot helps them to focus, and that when the pressure is on or the nerves are jangling, a structured routine… Read more »
A ‘good shoulder turn’. It’s a term we often hear in relation to the golf swing. However, it’s not the shoulders doing the turning – rather, it’s the upper body that turns, and the ‘shoulders come along for the ride’. That’s how strength and conditioning coach, Jamie Greaves, views it, although that’s not to underestimate… Read more »