We know it’s not easy to take the best swing each and every time, so our team of professionals regularly provide video tips to inspire you on how to get the most out of your golf and improve your game.
In this video Daniel Blackwell, Teaching Professional explains that a common cause of the low-handicapper’s inability to break par consistently is due to poor course management. So observe your lie, plot your best options and stay disciplined with the smart shot instead of the more appealing one.
Susie Mathews, Certified PGA Professional provides a tip on how to work out the best place to tee the golf ball in the teeing area. Golfers often tee the ball in the teeing area closest to where they leave their golf bag. Think about choosing a more specific place to tee the ball which can improve the angle of your shot and keep your ball away from trouble.
In this video, Duard Nel, Assistant Professional at Kooonga, demonstrates the importance of testing your lie angle as it has the greatest affect on the launch direction.
Proper grip pressure is one of golf’s most elusive fundamentals – and it’s as difficult to describe as it is to achieve. One method that helps set the proper pressure in the left hand is the short/long thumb technique as demonstrated by Daniel Blackwell in this video.
The kinematic sequence is all about how golfers can generate and transfer speed into the golf ball with an efficient repeatable swing pattern. By using this Rhythm Rope Drill you will be able to train the necessary movements that are required to develop the flow state for hitting quality golf shots. Great drill for improving your arm/body synchronisation and tempo for your full swing.
Have a look at this video where Susie Mathews, Certified PGA Professional, provides a tip on how to line up correctly on the tee. In this video, Susie Mathews, Teaching Professional at Kooyonga Golf Club, highlights the importance of looking out for tee blocks as they can often set golfers up in the wrong direction.