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FootJoy Hyperflex Golf Shoe

FootJoy Hyperflex Golf Shoe

Soothing foam and extreme performance…

The entire concept of golfing footwear has been revolutionised in recent years and Footjoy have played a significant role in the vast improvements. We take a look at their latest offering for 2015…

The Hyperflex Golf Shoe is desig...

What’s in the Bag? - Anirban Lahiri

What’s in the Bag?

Event – Hero Indian Open 

This week’s tour champion is Anirban Lahiri claiming the prize at the recent Indian Open. The 27 year old Indian fought off fellow native competition to win by one at seven under par.

What is most remarkable about this success is that Lahiri claimed th...

FootJoy Icon Black

(Available 16th March)

The shoe that personifies golfing footwear class is coming to the UK and Foremost Golf.

The FootJoy Icon is currently worn by 50% of FootJoy Tour Pros and widely regarded as the most luxurious brand on the market. The shoe is not only defined by its legendary comfort but pac...

What’s in the Bag? – Andrew Dodt

Event – True Thailand Classic presented by Black Mountain

Winner – Andrew Dodt

This week’s tour champion is Australian Andrew Dodt claiming his second career title in Thailand.  The victory came as a shock to bookmakers and the golfing public alike. Having only recently reclaimed his tour card via...

Getting The Pace Right

When you are putting, pace is all-important. If you can't hit your putts at the right pace it doesn't matter how well you read the green or control the face through impact, you will never hole your share.

Before you head out in a competition, hit some long putts to no specific target. The idea is t...

Make More Birdies

If you can hole one or two makeable birdie putts and eliminate three putts from your game, you'll never be too far off the prizes. Of course, there are certain key fundamentals that will help the consistency of your stroke. For advice on how to groove these, please book a lesson with your local Fore...

Using Water As A Guide

There are certain clues with regards to the way in which putts break that you mustn't miss. One of those relates to water. Natural water hazards appear in low-lying areas and these are often used by course designers to add interest and protection around the green. If you are on a green with water su...

Building A Picture

One of the big mistakes that I see is when players think too much about their specific putt and miss some of the major slopes running through the green. How many times have you hit a putt that finishes short of the hole only to discover that you hadn't spotted the gentle slope you were putting up? F...

How To Read Greens

Reading greens is an art that many golfers spend too little time thinking about. Spotting subtle slopes and building a picture in your mind for how the ball will roll requires some careful observations. The first thing to remember however is that, essentially every putt is straight. All you can do i...