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May 2016

How to Transfer Golf Practice Successfully To Competition

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A lot of golfers, although killing it when they practice, struggle when they get out onto the course.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Lawrie Montague the former Australian Women’s coach and co-coach of the Indonesian Team at Joondalup Golf Resort, in Perth, Australia, wherehe teaches us:

  • The two crucial types of practice to focus on
  • How to avoid thinking too much come game time

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How To Hit a Wood or Hybrid off a Long Par 3 and Get It to Stop on the Green

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Long par 3’s can often cause a lot of indecision before we hit the tee shot – particularly if we’ve got a bit of water or an obstacle to hit over to get to the green!

Should we take a long iron, a hybrid or a wood? And will it hold the green or run through?

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Grant Field the Queensland PGA Teacher of the Year and coach of upcoming PGA Tour Superstar Cameron Smith at Riverside Oaks Golf Resort, in Sydney, Australia, where he teaches us:

  • The right clubs to use from a long par 3
  • How to get the ball to come in higher and softer

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How to get More Height With Your Woods and Hybrids

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A question we’ve had from one of our viewers was ‘How do I get more height with my rescue clubs -The ball always comes out flat?’

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Grant Field, the Queensland PGA Teacher of the Year and coach of upcoming PGA Tour Superstar Cameron Smith at Riverside Oaks Golf Resort, Sydney, Australia, where he teaches us how:

  • Not a lot has to change to add height
  • How to setup your stance and angle your spine when trying to get height

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How to Hit Out of a Bunker over Water to an Island Green

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Hitting out of a bunker, over water, onto an island green has got to be one of the hardest shots in golf!

Luckily, with the right technique, the shot can be made a lot less intimidating.

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Grant Smith the Head Golf Professional at Arundel Hills Country Club, Gold Coast, Australia where he teaches us:

  • To get a natural lean by digging only your front foot in
  • How to contact the ball so that you don’t take too much sand

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Craig Parry Explains the Best Way to Practice for Golf

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We all want to improve our game, and to do that, it takes dedicated practice!

If you’re really looking to boost your game, it’s not enough just to play a few casual holes on the weekend!

As part of Golf University’s weekly “Tip from the Pro” I videoed Australian Golf Legend Craig Parry on the beautiful 5th tee at the Hamilton Island Golf Club in Queensland where he teaches us:

  • How to structure your practice for golf
  • Why it’s important to allocate time for different areas of your game

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