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The home of the short game

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Coaching news 

It's never been easier to get better

A lot of nexcomers to the game find coaching a bit of a daunting prospect, after all golf is, at face value, a sport that requires various skills (balance, flexibility, co-ordination) in large quantities, and it is hard enough to hit a good shot without being told you need to change your swing; information overload can quickly make your game worse.

But when you delve deeper you will find that all the greatest players take a very simple approach to golf, and any beginner who shows rapid improvement is not so much a prodigy, but someone who has not allowed all the different theories and techniques of the game to overwhelm them, and this is what we want to instill in you during our group coaching sessions.

On Sundays and Thursdays at 12:30 we offer an hours group lesson, a hot drink, and 9 holes of golf, all for just £10

No need to book, just turn up and be ready to improve your game whilst having fun.
 

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Thought of the week

We didn't see that one coming

The hype surrounding last week's PGA Tour event at Torrey Pines was far bigger than usual, mainly due to Tiger's return to a familiar hunting ground where he has dominated in the past. He was grouped with Jason Day and Dustin Johnson for the opening rounds so to say this was a marquee group would be an understatement.

It is often said that playing alongside someone who is playing well can benefit your game and vice versa, and this was certainly the case last week as all three golfers missed the cut after 36 holes. Leading the way going into the weekend was Englishman Justin Rose, only to succumb to Spain's Jon Rahm who secured his maiden PGA Tour title by nailing a 60 foot putt for eagle on the final green. Talk about keeping your nerve under pressure.

We'll be on Tiger watch over the next few weeks so keep checking our newsletters to find out how he got on. In the meantime, make sure you dust off your clubs and take to the course. When you do, pop your head in the shop and take a look at all of the new stock that has started to arrive.

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We hope you enjoyed this week's newsletter. As always, if you have anything that you'd like to contribute please speak to one of the pro shop team. We'll see you at the club over the coming days.
 
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