Many people choose to stay off the golf course during the winter months, and while it is easy to understand that decision, winter golf can be both enjoyable and rewarding. Granted, conditions are different and you have to adapt your game slightly, but these tips should help ensure you get the most out of your game during the colder months.
Given that drivers can be hard to master, many new golfers feel more comfortable with a fairway wood. Although designers now make drivers to suit beginners, those just starting out are often encouraged to use a fairway wood off the tee. So, with so many to choose from, where does a beginner start? To help, here is our rundown of the top ten fairway woods for beginners.
In part one of this blog I claimed that The Money Ball of golf is the short game. Not putting and not the full swing. Chips, pitches, partial swings, flop shots and bunkers shots....in fact anything where the ball goes in the air but is not a full swing. Dave Pelz has proved years ago but no one seems to have noticed. To understand how this works we have to look a little more at the statistics he published in his Short Game Bible.
I really never thought I would ever go to the Masters. I have been to Open Championships, Ryder Cups, Presidents Cups and Tour events all over the world but the Masters just seemed like the impossible ticket until I got the chance to go with Augusta Golf Tours – a British company who have run tours to the Masters for 26 years.
Wait a second! Haven't you interviewed Neil Sagebiel from Armchair Golf Blog before I hear you cry? Well, actually yes we have. But there has been a turn up for the books - and that is no accidental pun. Many of you will be familiar with Neil's writing on his blog, but now he's used his golfing and literary talents to pen a book called The Longest Shot - which is all about Jack Fleck, Ben Hogan, and pro golf’s greatest upset . We pitched him a few questions to celebrate being published and to find out more...