Top Tips

Changes to your game needn’t be epic. It can be the smaller changes here and there that add up to make the biggest differences.

Taster Tip 1

Women & Golf – Chipping Over Water

It’s that moment in your round when you have to get up and over trouble… do you sink, swim or neatly pop the ball over and onto the green?

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Taster Tip 2

  Women & Golf – Putting Grip Tips

Do you keep your glove on or link your fingers when putting? Could you be way too tense over that ball when stood on the dance floor? Yes? Save your bacon on those greens with these handy tips.

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Taster Tip 3

Women & Golf – Banish those first tee nerves

Do you stand on the first tee, knees knocking and breathing heavily into a paper bag? Nerves can seriously cost you a good tee shot and a good card, here are a few tips to steady the ship and get off to a good start.

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Taster Tip 4

Women & Golf – Read those greens from afar and that line will become crystal.

If you struggle to read the break on greens then this tip should really help you with your putting… open your eyes to the bigger picture.

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Taster Tip 5

 Women & Golf – Adding FIZZ to your iron shots

If your iron shots have been lacking satisfaction of late then get that grip in a better place and get back that smile back on your face. It’s all about your angles.

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Taster Tip 6

 Women & Golf – Beat those Bunkers with Better BODY Language.

Hate is a strong word but sometimes Bunkers are not our most favourite of places to find out golf ball. Here’s how to keep your chin up, get in and get out.

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We’ve both so enjoyed our lessons with you – I was fairly reticent when Fiona first suggested it, having convinced myself that I didn’t want to take up golf until I was nearing retirement (gulp) but I can now see how important it is to get your body used to the swing etc earlier on and I can feel myself already getting sucked into the sport. I also felt slightly nervous about it in terms of its strict dress code and lots of formidable, disapproving pringle-clad ladies….but you’ve successfully dispelled that image for me – for which many thanks!

Charlotte Maude
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I have worked with Katie two years and the results have been exceptional. I have had many golf professionals coach me over the years with limited results. It wasn’t bad information but there is a big difference between knowing where I’m going wrong and actually applying it to my game on the course. Katie has not only coached me to improve my technique she has taught me how to feel what is happening physically as well as mentally on the course. Through her solid knowledge of biomechanics swing that actually works for me rather than the standard one size fits all approach to golf. Her passion for what she does is infectious and her positivity has massively helped boost my confidence . I would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone seeking to improve both the physically and mentally.

Andy Edom