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You’ll grip a club anywhere between 70 and 100 times per round, and there’s no reason why you shouldn’t get it right every time. Having the correct golf grip will enable you to deliver the club square to the intended target at impact.
Grip the club in the palm and fingers of your hands. For the ideal neutral grip, your left thumb should be positioned just to the right of centre.
From there, attach your right hand by gripping with the middle two fingers and forefinger. Your right thumb should sit just to the left of centre.

Place your left hand at the base of the grip and clasp with your thumb placed in the moulded groove.

Now place your right hand on the lower part of the grip overlapping the thumb of the left hand. Your little finger should intersect between the left index finger creating an interlocking grip.

Finally clasp your right hand placing your thumb and index finger into the moulded grooves. Now you are ready to swing like a Pro!

The importance of a proper golf grip is one of the most written about topics in golf instruction. Yet most golfers that come to see me for the first time, grip a golf club in a way that is costing them power, accuracy and consistency. Remember, your grip is your only link to the golf club…

Slide one arm into the arm band halfway between the shoulder and elbow. Then wrap the velcro band around the lower part of your chest.

Now you are ready to practice your swing. The band will stop your elbows flaring out, improving your swing.

Grooves proper swing path The training band will groove a proper swing path encouraging a ‘Hogan-like’ swing.


Rehearse your full swing
Don’t be a mindless range sheep when working on your full swing. Instead, take one deliberate, mindful practice swing before each shot, mimicking the feel or technique you’re working on that day. For example, if you’re working on a more upright backswing, make a purposeful rehearsal that employs your new swing key, then repeat it when hitting the shot. This helps you reinforce the new motor skill you’re trying to learn. It also keeps you focused on the all-important process of the swing, not just the quality of the contact.

Fullswing Posture

Here are a few tips to accomplish the proper golf posture:

• Stand tall with a slight knee bend from the hips.

• You should feel a pelvic tilt (butt out) with a flat back as you bend over.

• Your weight should be on the balls of your feet.

• You want a slight tilt with your spine away from the target so your lead shoulder is slightly higher than your trailing shoulder.

• Your arms should hang straight down from your body and you should then grip the club from there.

Chipping & Pitching

The difference between a chip and a pitch is that the pitch shot flies farther than it rolls, and the chip shot rolls farther than it flies. A chip can travel a longer distance than a pitch. Some places have a lot of slopes and the ground is quite hard. Little chips can roll a very long way.

The definition of a chip shot is, “A short game shot that rolls farther than it flies.”
The definition of a pitch shot is, “A short game shot that flies farther than it rolls.”


The 6 steps to putting mastery

  1. Approaching the ball on the green
  2. Marking the ball and guessing a line
  3. Reading the slope
  4. Remarking and aiming your golf ball
  5. Feeling the distance with practice strokes
  6. Putting the ball 

It is simple to pull of, but hard to master. But thats why we are here.

Lasers & Putting

Lasers are incredible tool in golf. They let you pinpoint the position where the golf ball will go, which is incredible. They helps you judge distance and accuracy, which is vital in putting.

Mirrors & Putting

Putting Mirrors are very usefull in golf. They allow you to see your posture, where you are looking when you are putting and much more.

Golf Balls & Putting

he best golf ball could make your game an exhilarating rush where every shot just seems to go right. Yup, they’re that important. In fact golf companies spend countless hours and thousands of pounds each year working hard at the science to improve their golf balls.

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