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How to stop missing short putts – by Mark Pearson

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How to really improve your game!

by Mark Pearson – Academy Director Over the years probably the most important information that we need as coaches has been which department of a players game needs the most attention to make a difference to their scores? Largely we’ve had to rely on a players view of their game, but this can be badly distorted by the emotion of …

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Never 3 putt again!

By Thomas Devine – PGA Teaching Professional The dreaded three putt is something that ruins scorecards on a weekly basis and it would be fair to say that most of these three putts are a result of a poor first putt, leaving you with those nasty 5/6 footers. An astonishing fact from the 2013 PGA tour season in that, on …

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How to really improve your game!

by Mark Pearson – Academy Director Over the years probably the most important information that we need as coaches has been which department of a players game needs the most attention to make a difference to their scores? Largely we’ve had to rely on a players view of their game, but this can be badly distorted by the emotion of …

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Hanson makes great start

Chris Hanson the Huddersfield based PGA Challenge Tour player has made a great start to his 2015 season by finishing 4th in last weeks Challenge de Madrid courtesy of a last round 7 under par 65 to finish on 16 under par for the week. Hanson who has been coached by Academy Director Mark Pearson since 2010 and more latterly …

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Lee qualifies in spectacular fashion!

Last week our new resident PGA Teaching Professional, Lee Morrisroe played in the Titleist/Footjoy¬†PGA Professional Championship¬†qualifier at Fulford Golf Club in York. There were 61 players entered in the qualifier but with only 12 qualifying places available. Lee got off to a poor start, bogeyed 3 of his first 4 holes and eventually making the turn at 3 over par. …

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