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March 2016

How to Control a Downhill Chip

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Terry from Tewantin in Noosa wrote in our Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/GolfUniversity saying he is having some issues with his downhill chips; he’s scared he’s going to overrun it, and he’d like to know: how do you stop the ball?

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Craig Maclean at the Moonah Links Golf Resort in Victoria where he teaches us:

  • How to use the surrounding roughage to slow the ball down, rather than bouncing it straight onto the green
  • Why we should use the most lofted golf club for these shots

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How to Improve Your Short Putts

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Sarah from our Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/GolfUniversity  is having issues (like a lot of golfers) with her three/four foot putts; she keeps missing them!

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Head Pro Gary Colquhoun at the Mandurah Country Club in Western Australia where he teaches us:

  • To stabilise the lower body on the smaller putts – no hip or knee movement
  • To keep the head absolutely still during the stroke

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How to Get More Distance with Your Drives

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Here’s one for the ladies (although it definitely helps the guys as well!); a lot of ladies have been wondering how they can get more distance off the tee.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Jemma Partridge at Secret Harbour Golf Links in Western Australia where she teaches us:

  • The biggest mistake most ladies (and men) make when trying to generate extra height and distance
  • How to transfer our weight as we drive for maximum distance

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How to Hit Out of a Bunker with a Twenty Dollar Note

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As you would know the bunker is a tough place to hit out of – luckily, there’s a trick involving a twenty dollar note that makes things a little easier…

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Justin Speirani at the Cobram Barooga Golf Resort in New South Wales where he teaches us:

  • Why golfers try to lift the ball in the air, not allowing the sand iron to do its job
  • How to allow the loft to do the work

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How to Get More Distance Out of Your Irons

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Ron from Peel, Western Australia, has written in on our Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/GolfUniversity saying that, when hitting with the iron, there’s a lot of movement in his swing, but not a lot of result.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Gary Colquhoun at the Mandurah Country Club in Western Australia where he teaches us:

  • Why golfers tend to wind their hips and shoulders up too much
  • How legs start to work before shoulders in the swing

And…

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How to Hit out of Steep Faced Bunkers

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Steep faced bunkers pose a tricky situation for any golfer; here, it’s really important to get that extra height from your swing.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Rob McNaughton the Head Golf Pro at the CluBarham Golf Club in New South Wales where he teaches us:

  • The importance of an earlier wrist break
  • Why most players dread steep faced bunkers

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How to Read Extreme Breaking Putts

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We all know how hard it is putting on a very steep green where there is an extreme amount of break.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Head instructor Craig Tapp at The Cut Golf Course in Western Australia where he teaches us:

  • Where to look from when identifying the slope for an extreme breaking green
  • How to judge whether to putt aggressively or defensively

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