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Saturday, June 06, 2020

Turn heads on the golf course with our outfit of the week. All items available in our shop!

Treat your feet and join us for our FootJoy fitting day on 11 May 2018. Who knows, you might just stumble upon your sole-mate!

Buy a dozen of Chrome Soft Balls in our shop and go into a draw to win a O-works Putter!

Save 20% on all selected golf bags

Buy any two selected Callaway caps for only R449

But two Dawn Patrol leather gloves for only R349

Buy any two All Weather gloves for only R249

Scala and Cappelli bag for only R399

Buy any two adidas shirts and save

Buy any 3 clothing items and get the cheapest one for free! (only on full priced merchandise)


Shoulders, not Hands, Determine a Complete Backswing
Many golfers try to make a complete backswing based on how far their hands and arms go back. In reality, your backswing is completed when your shoulders have made a full turn. Turn hands, arms and shoulders together on the backswing. Once your shoulders have finished turning, trying to make the hands and arms go any further may cause them to veer off plane. Don't get caught up in completing the swing with your hands. Regardless of how far the hands and arms get, when the shoulders are done turning, the backswing is finished.

If you’re a moderate swing speed golfer, you still want a golf ball to offer
you performance everywhere, with no compromises.
The Srixon AD333 Tour is specifically designed
to give you distance off the tee, stable ball flight in windy conditions, stopping power on approach shots,
check and control around the green, and all
with the feel the best golfers demand.
This is a premium performance golf ball without the premium price. If you’re a regular golfer,
playing probably a 2-pce golf ball, then trial a sleeve of the Srixon AD333 Tour.
Check the all-round performance, but especially note the greenside spin.

We’re trying to help you make more 3’s on the Par 3’s.
Better decision-making is going to improve your scores.

Despite the increased amount of GPS data available, regular and inexperienced golfers still,
on the majority of occasions, come up short.

Even when a golfer knows the “yardage” on each of their clubs,
their misses are mostly short.

Simple Tip #2
Why are you expecting the perfect golf shot? What is your level of consistency? 
 If there’s no trouble behind
the green, then ignore the
distance to the flag, and pick a
club that, when struck well,
will get you to the back of
the green. That way a less
than perfect ball strike has
a chance of getting to
the green. Rarely do even
good ball strikers
make perfect contact.
Where are the majority of your misses on all approach shots?
Would aiming for the back of the green (assuming no trouble behind the hole)
be a course management strategy that would improve your whole round?
Improving your performance on Par 3’s will probably increase your enjoyment
throughout the round. Think about improvement. If we can help,

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