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20. January 2021 No Comments

3 Simple Tips For Better Posture!

3 Enkle Tips For Bedre Opstilling! Vil du have mere fart, pålidelighed og undgå skader? Det vil du selvfølgelig, for hvem vil ikke det? Nøglen til dette findes i en korrekt opstilling. Ved at skabe en solid base for dit golfsving, får du muligheden for at levere køllen med mere fart og ensartethed. Sarah-Jane Shepherd […]

Klar, Parat, Fart!
18. December 2020 No Comments

3 Tips For More Speed!

Let’s be honest – who doesn’t want a few extra yards off the tee? I know I do! Golf courses are only getting longer and tougher. Winged Foot Golf Course, the host to this years US Open was just over 6800m in length. Royal Troon which held the 2020 Women’s British Open was just over 6000 metres.....

5. October 2020 No Comments

Bunker Basics - get out of the sand EVERY TIME

In 2019 the highest percentage of sand saves on the PGA Tour was 67% from a greenside bunker. On the LPGA Tour it was 63%. In other words, the top male and female players in the world get up and down from a greenside bunker 6 or 7 times out of 10. Now that’s not a bad statistic is it?