8 Tips to Keep Your Season in Check
Whilst the weather is starting to change and the nights begin to draw-in, signalling the shift in the seasons and less favourable conditions for playing golf, this time of year can often be the most important time, with the culmination of season long order of merits or the grand finale in annual knock-out competitions. So this could mean keeping your game in check is more important than ever.
Now it might not be the time to be making large scale changes but often there are simple things that can be done, adjustments to a particular technique or help with an area you struggle with. Below we round up 8 quick fire tips to help keep your game in check.
European Tour player Steven Brown chats to Golfshake's Ryan Rastall and discusses how to regain your rhythm mid round when things start to get out of sync.
PGA Professional, Jordan Bazzone shares his tip on why it is so important to have a comfortable yardage to play o and from on the golf course.
James Ellis talks us through how to play the shot we all hate when finding your ball in a divot.
In this short video PGA Master Professional and former Ryder Cup player Peter Dawson talks through chipping from a tight lie when you are faced with a shot short of the green but limited turf to work with.
Ryan Rastall talks through playing the golf ball when deep in the rough. Playing from the rough is is a shot that a lot of us will play on many occassions and having a sure fire way to get the ball out and back into play will ensure we aren't punished too much from a wayward shot.
Getting up and down from tricky little chipping areas can be a massive boost to your round and lead to lots of birdies. This tip evaluates the best way for you to give yourself great chances at making birdies from successful chip shots.
Ryan Rastall talks through some simple techniques to give you the best chance of getting the ball out of the bunker from a plugged lie and on to the green. Ryan talks through some simple tips and how you bunker set-up my differ slightly and also the importance of speed.
James Whatley from the East Midlands Golf Academy talks through a drill to help you increase the amount of short putts you hole.