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Winter Rules, or does it?

By Iain Fulton, PGA Teaching Professional, Belton Woods Winter rules, also commonly referred to as preferred lies or ‘pick, clean and place’ is a local rule only and is generally put in place by a golf club committee due to adverse weather conditions which firstly effect the condition of the course and as a result, the fairness of play. Protection …

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SMOKE your drives further !

By Matthew Turnock PGA Teaching Professional Mottram Hall Often when I ask what my students what they want from their tee shot lessons the most common response I get is more “DISTANCE”. Distance is achieved via a “COMBINATION” of factors but predominantly the following are the main areas to focus on:   Club head speed – on average every 1 …

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How can we really make junior golf FUN?

FUN is without doubt the most overused word in golf coaching with everyone shouting about how fun their sessions are – but what really is fun? And how do you as parents make practicing for your child fun? (apart from clown suits and colourful targets). Within sports coaching research, Self Determination Theory explains that intrinsic motivation of athletes is underpinned …

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Mottram Hall prize Presentation Night

Members of Mottram Hall enjoyed a recent Annual Prize Presentation Evening to celebrate the summer seasons golfing achievements. Some notable player highlights were: Sean Smith (3 h/cap) retaining his Club Championship Gross title for a 4th consecutive year by a single stroke, an epic performance. Will Murphy – A new member who in his first full season managed to win …

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FUEL Golf – Year in Review 2016

By Thomas Devine, FUEL Golf Junior Programme Director. As 2016 draws to an end, along with wishing you all Merry Christmas, it’s a great time to reflect on what has been an incredible year for FUEL Golf.  The Future Elite Junior Golf Programme was the brain child of former Director Phillip Akers, assisted by Mark Pearson and myself, and has …

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