Last week saw the New EZ iron range arrange in store, and in the first week we have completed three fittings and the irons have received great feedback from all who have used them.
Why not come and give them a try, but be warned once you try them you might just have to have them!
Coaches Corner - Hole more putts in 2016 with PGA Professional Adam Trett
Putting is such an important area of golf, but this area is sometimes over looked in terms of practice time. So highlighted below are two drills you can complete in the comfort of your living room or hall way, but more importantly in the warmth at this time of year.
Drill One - This drill allows you to work on the path that your putter is taking throughout your stroke, and puts an importance on bringing the putter back to a square impact position.
The images show how to set this drill up, I have used three club shafts but you can use anything to set this drill up. The putter will sit in the centre of your stance, with the golf ball just forward of this.
1) Setting up the drill this way allows a person to work on a better path if they struggle with the putter moving to the outside on the way back
2) Setting up the drill this way allows a person to work on a better path if they struggle with the putter moving to the inside on the way back.
Drill Two - This allows you to work on your speed control and can be linked in with drill one in the section above.
This drill is very simple and some of you might already be doing this, use the dimensions of the room you are practicing within. The aim of the drill is to stop the ball as close as possible to objects chosen without hitting them.
This will allow you to work on judgement of speed; this will come from length of swing being used to hit these putts.
You can link together drill 1 and 2, achieving square impact positions (drill 1) which will start the ball on the line you have picked and achieving good speed control to eliminate the chance of that dreaded three putt or worst.
I hope these drills can help your putting and allow you to put in small but often practice sessions in the comfort of your own home that you can benefit from when you next get out on the course.
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