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Minimalism in Golf

by | April 19, 2018

I have a new approach to the game. Forget about your €2000 set of golf clubs, your golf jumper that cost you €200, and the golf shoes that were €150 in the sale. Gadgets, Trolleys, Golf Carts, Even your cool looking balls…. Forget the lot. The key to a good game of golf is to […]

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The Wide Sole Wedge

by | April 17, 2018

To be honest it is big brands “blaming the arrow and ignoring the Indian”. All you have to do is dig deep and buy their miracle arrow. This extreme wide flange arrow sand wedge in theory prevents the digging effects of the normal sand wedges, where, instead the wide flange bounces off the sand and […]

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Custom Fitted Golf Clubs, is it a Con?

by | March 28, 2018

Some years ago now, David Byrne PGA and I were hitting shots in a busy range in upstate New York, trying to keep our council away from other practisers. I was really cracking the ball. I love/ hate interfering with other golfers. I could not help notice a father and son hitting bucket after bucket […]

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40 years playing and teaching professional level, I strive to improve the game for all my students.

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