Range time is great - but you can work on your game on the course too
"When a pro slices during his range warm-up, he aims down the left on the first tee; when an amateur slices during warm-up, he aims down the middle."
Not our words, but those of world number two Henrik Stenson. I think we'd agree they ring true. For some reason, the club golfer expects perfection on the course - a trait that also shows up when pitching over water to a tight pin, and in club selection… where he invariably believes he can repeat his best ever strike with his chosen weapon.
Shot selection based on a true grasp of your ability can save shots; it's one area we address during a playing lesson. Time spent with us on the course is not only fun; it'll show you how to manage your game and the course to shoot lower scores.
Playing the course is a lost art; we can make it your strength. Click here to enquire about a playing lesson.