Putting string drill

Putting string drill

In this instruction video, TG Top 50 Coach Steve Astle shows you a simple drill that will improve your putting. All you need is some tees and a piece of string! ...


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Sort your alignment

Sort your alignment

When the direction on your golf ball starts to go awry, the first point of blame among amateur golfers is usually the golf swing! But more often than not, a simple alignment issue could be the cause of your errant shots. When your alignment is off, the body subconsciously makes adjustments in the swing which will create problems when you get...


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Driving tee height

Driving tee height

Fault: Slices or hooks with the driver. Fix: You can go a long way to fixing that slice or hook off the tee by simply adjusting the height of it by an inch or two. Let’s take the slice. A low tee causes a steep angle of attack from which you are more likely to cut across the ball. Teeing the...


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Monty's Masterclass: Finding fairways

Monty's Masterclass: Finding fairways

As part of Monty's Masterclass, featured in Today's Golfer, Colin Montgomerie shares his top tips to win your match, starting with this video on finding fairways. To read more of Monty's Masterclass features, check out issue 323 and 324 of Today's Golfer - why not subscribe and never miss an issue? Watch Monty's Masterclass: Putting under pressure...


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Why you should drive like you putt

Why you should drive like you putt

A great swing thought to improve your tee shots this weekend. Fault: Poor rhythm and power through snatching the club away Fix: Take the driver back like a putter, low and slow One of the most common driver problems we see is cocking the wrists early in the backswing. Though wrist cock in itself is not a bad move, it needs to...


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Cure your chipping yips

Cure your chipping yips

In this tip TG Elite Teaching Pro Chris Ryan gives you a simple practise drill to try and cure your chipping yips. In the video below, he shows you why gripping with your left hand below your right can help your keep a strong left wrist so that the club maintains its angle during the swing. This in turn will help you...


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Improving Your Iron's Shaft Angle

Improving Your Iron's Shaft Angle

Gareth Benson shows you how a quick drill with an alignment stick can stop you trying to lift the ball into the air. If you’ve ever wanted to compress the ball, clear high obstacles and put a bit more spin on the ball, watch the video to see how it’s done.


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Build a solid base

Build a solid base

Build a solid base Fault: Your stroke breaks down when trying to hole important putts from inside six feet. Fix: From a pro trying to seal a Major to an amateur trying to win a few quid from their mates, we all get nervous when holing out. The most common error I see in this situation is watching the ball the moment...


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Umbrella bunker drill

Umbrella bunker drill

In this video TG Elite Teaching Professional Gareth Johnston shows you an easy drill to help improve your bunker play. He starts by drawing a simple umbrella in the sand that will give your clubface a tracking line for when you make your swing. This will help it round off and shallow out your swing plane for a cleaner contact for more consistent results. This...


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One takeaway drill, three great benefits

One takeaway drill, three great benefits

If there’s one drill you should practice on the range this winter to get your game in shape, this offering from TG Pro Scott Cranfield has got to be it. It’s so simple to do and will help create a more neutral swing direction, a smoother takeaway and better timing throughout the swing. By rolling a ball away with the back of...


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Recovery Zone - Backhanded tree trunk shot

Recovery Zone - Backhanded tree trunk shot

It’s not a lie you’re faced with all too often but it’s certainly a potential card-wrecker if you’re not equipped with the required shot you need to extract yourself. Being up against a tree means you don’t have the option of using your usual stance; you need to be inventive in your recovery. In this golf video tip, TG Elite Teaching Pro...


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