What will help turn your season around?
Some new equipment?
A new look?
Whichever one of these is the one that applies to you make sure you sort it this weekend!! Your Pro Shop is here to help you with any or all of the ones that apply to you.
The eagerly anticipated PING G30 range was launched last week and it has certainly delivered to all the hype surrounding it! This Saturday is your chance to see how good the range is.
Click here to find out more about the G30 range.
Please click here to arrange a FREE custom fit session to experience how your game can benefit.
Summer Shoe Spectacular
We are always proud to boast the shoe display that sets the standard for all Golf shops, and this weekend we have our "Summer Shoe Spectacular ".
Over 100 pairs of shoes on display and the majority of them have special discounts this weekend. We have got:
FootJoy AQL at £39.99
Nike Lunar saddle at £39.99
FootJoy Sport Spikeless at £59.99 don't delay!!
Summer Shirt Sale
Not sure if a new shirt improves the swing, but look good feel good?? Don't miss out on our awesome offer on Ashworth, adidas and Under Armour shirts. All only £19.99!!!!
As for new technique It is never too late to learn! The most common quote we get after a first lesson is
" I wish I'd done it ages ago ".
With TJ and I covering the 7 days between us there is no excuse. As you can appreciate, we are proud of the results delivered year on year by our pupils .You only have to read our newsletters!!
Click here to request your first lesson!
Whether you realise it or not, your brain is actually designed to help you strike putts the correct distance.
Or at least a part of it is. It's called the cerebellum, and one of its tasks is to convert data from your senses into appropriate movement. Every time you put a key into a lock or lob waste paper into a bin, your motion is governed by the cerebellum reacting to the information it's fed by your eyes.
Usually, we trust ourselves to carry out the task. Except when it comes to long-range putting. For some reason, on the green we suddenly decide that only technical perfection can create a successful outcome.
Technical thoughts thwart your natural ability to gauge distances and apply the right force. So to improve your touch putting, trust your eyes see the distance, and your brain to interpret that as force. There are drills that promote this; and of course, we'd be delighted to share them with you. Click here to request a lesson.