A Fresh Start

The end of lockdown is in sight. The date is set and the preparations can begin. Disappointingly, it is still a few weeks away but we can be positive that there is light at the end of this horribly dark tunnel. With this being one of my last posts in this strange period of ourContinue reading “A Fresh Start”

The Distance Debate Simplified

So much ‘golf talk’ at the moment is focussing on distance I thought I would jump on here and hopefully simplify the situation for you all. With PGA Tour players really focussing on their length and now the R&A & USGA looking into limiting equipment, I know a lot of people don’t know what toContinue reading “The Distance Debate Simplified”

Forming Your Recipe

If there was a gameshow that offered £1 million for hitting a fairway with your driver, how would you attempt to do it? You’re standing on the 18th tee at Worplesdon (450y straight par 4), you have to use your driver, you have to hit the ball at least 75% of your maximal driving distanceContinue reading “Forming Your Recipe”

Winners Aren’t Always ‘The Best’ – Analysing a Champion

Last week saw the start of the 2021 European Tour season at the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship, a Rolex Series event with a huge prize purse to play for. As always, the event attracted big names from all corners of the globe; Rory Mcilroy, Tommy Fleetwood, Justin Rose to name a few. Come Sunday, itContinue reading “Winners Aren’t Always ‘The Best’ – Analysing a Champion”

What’s really Important?

After one of the wettest autumn’s on record and with more footfall than ever before, the golf courses have taken a real beating in recent months. This resulted in a lot of conversations with golfers regarding how to deal with the conditions. Wet, muddy golf courses are absolute motivation killers. Our hands sting as weContinue reading “What’s really Important?”

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