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Practice drills for keeping your head still - By John Woodroffe – Master Professional, World of Golf London  You will always hear from everyone willing to offer well chosen words of wisdom and advice, that it is imperative that you keep your head still. Every time you hit a bad shot, chances are it is because you moved your head. So here are... View Article
Pilates for golf Pilates exercises to improve your game - By guest blogger Linda Segerstam, founder and Director of The Intelligent Core  and teacher of pilates for golf Golf is a great sport for overall fitness. As we know, the golf swing is complex and getting it right requires a lot of skill and precision from our bodies. The weight of the club can tone up... View Article
Smash factor in golf It’s all about the SMASH! - By World of Golf London Master Professional, Ian Clark One of the biggest differences between the very best players and the weekend golfer, is the better player’s ability to hit the ball in the dead centre of the club face every time. And to do it with high club head speed. Club speed plus point... View Article
correct way to hit a pitch shot How to avoid the common pitching or bunker shot mistake - By John Woodroffe – Master Professional, World of Golf London  The normal error that people make when pitching or getting out of bunkers is to over-think it. Always a bad idea in golf. The golfer will think “I have to get under the ball” and this is quite understandable as they need the golf ball... View Article
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Justin Rose Olympic Champion My golfing hero is… Justin Rose - By World of Golf London teaching professional, Harry Scott English golfers have done very well over the last few years, none more so than Justin Rose. But it wasn’t always that way for him. I first became aware of Justin Rose, like most people did I guess, when I watched him hole an unlikely shot... View Article
Keep a grip of your cash Keep a grip on your cash to avoid over-swing - By John Woodroffe – Master Professional, World of Golf London  The dreaded over-swing fault is very common with golfers. Either they are trying to belt the ball too far, or just don’t realise how much swing they are making. This results in great inconsistency and in fact, a loss of power. One of the things... View Article
Expected Result. Unexpected Method - By World of Golf London Master Professional, Jon Woodroffe We all thought that with a 3 shot lead and only eighteen holes to play, there was no earthly way that the reliable Jordan Spieth would do anything other than take the Claret Jug home to the US. Fair do’s, he did win, but how? In... View Article
My golfing hero is… John Daly - By World of Golf London Teaching Professional, Kevin McDonald His nickname was “Wild Thing” and I loved his carefree, gung-ho style of playing. The game of golf was brightened up dramatically when he burst onto the scene, sneaking into the 1991 USPGA Championship at Crooked Stick Indiana, as a last-minute reserve. He drove through the... View Article
Ernie Els My golfing hero is…Ernie Els - By World of Golf London Teaching Professional, Andrew Hillman I learned my craft as a junior at the Grahamstown Golf Club back in South Africa. As a young golf enthusiast, I remember admiring the traits and skills of many past major champions, from Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Tom Watson to Fred Couples and Seve Ballesteros.... View Article