Getting the ball up and down… more frequently!
How many times have you felt like you've got your opponent beaten with a solid approach to the green, only to watch them get up and down from the greenside rough… again! It's a great asset to have and frustrating if you're on the receiving end, especially in a matchplay situation.
Whether it's learning how to apply spin on your chip shots (see below) or adding a bump-and-run to your locker, we can help improve your own short game skills. It's not always a matter of getting too technical, either, often it's a bit of advice on where your hands are or how tightly you're gripping your club, which prove to be real game changers.
It's amazing how small improvements can end up giving your whole game a boost, not to mention the enjoyment factor you'll get by scrambling really well. Give the article below a read and speak to us if you want us to check over your short game. Click here to send us your thoughts or challenges.
High Beech is the place to be this summer
Here we are at the end of June and we are finally facing the British summer. The weather recently has definitely been improving with hotter temperatures and weaker winds. With that in mind, isn't it about time you dusted off your bats and enjoyed some after work golf with your collegues? High Beech is the place to come and play, with our two nine-hole courses designed all levels of golfers.
The Yellow Course will cost you just £8 to play, with every golf needing their own equipment. If you wanted to play the Red Course, you can play nine holes and hire some clubs for the price of £7! So even if you don't play golf too often or don't have your own set, come along with your friends and enjoy the longer summer evenings with us here at High Beech Golf Course. Find out more about both courses on our website here.