Thursday, 08 November 2018
May the glow of the Diwali lights fill your life with warmth for the entire year.
Happy Diwali to all of our friends at Mt Edgecombe.
Stay glued to your screen
Can you feel it? It’s here
The Nedbank Challenge at Sun City , South Africa’s biggest Major, starts this week and should be great to watch. Let’s hope Brandon Stone has a great week, really interested to see his scores on the 4th hole…?
Take a look at this link to see why:
Our Team is growing
A new member to our teaching team
I am very happy to introduce our new assistant Professional, Sikhumbuzo Professor Mthethwa.
Sikhumbuzo was a part of the eta/ CATHSETA PGA Training programme that we ran 2 years ago, and he hails from the Umhlali area. Sikhumbuzo has played a lot of competitive golf and earned his Tour Card, but has decided that he would like to build a career in teaching. The next time you come up the Range I am sure you will see him, and as is his style, he will probably have a chat and introduce himself to you.
If you would like get hold of Sikhumbuzo, his contact details are as follows….
Cell- 073 609 5944
Old friends reunited
It was nice to our old friend Ian Smith again, and still solving the problems of the World,
John “Cookie” Cook and Ben van Rensburg.
Hole more putts
Roll your ball like a tour pro
Combine the correct putter loft with your angle of attack into the ball and you will notice immediate improvements on the greens. It is crucial to have loft at impact to lift the ball out of the depression its found in at address.
Which image illustrates you at impact?
Having the incorrect hand or ball position for your putter’s loft will cause:
Poor roll (bouncing).
Poor distance control.
And failure to start the ball on line.
Become a world class putter
Starting the ball on your desired target line is directly impacted by how much loft you
have at impact. Do you know if it’s your putter or your technique stopping you
from becoming a world class putter? Let us help you find out.
Play more golf
Getting better over 9
We want you to hit better shots more often; to invest some time in improvement; and enjoy that journey.
So why not, with 3 friends, book 9 holes of playing lesson with us?
We’ll play a Scramble Drive (so you all play our 1st and 2nd shots together);
you’ll have a laugh with your friends (or make new friends);
and we’ll give you swing coaching and game management advice over the 2 hours.
Improve while playing
Playing golf, accompanied by a golf coach, for most golfers, is the best way to develop your golf game.
It’s also a lot less expensive than 2 hours of lessons. Whether there’s four of you or not,
if you’re interested in improving your golf this way, then please: