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Masters misgivings come to nothing - The long awaited 2020 Masters came with many worries. Would Bryson De Chambeau overpower the great golf course? Would Augusta look as beautiful in the autumn? Would the lack of crowds diminish the atmosphere on the back 9 on Sunday?   Well, let us look at the first one. As a 5-foot 6-inch golf professional... View Article
Christmas Opening Hours World of Golf London Christmas Opening Hours - Back to normal on Saturday January 2nd.
golfing accessories My favourite golfing accessories - Here are my favourite five golfing accessories. Bearing in mind I started playing in 1971, so some of these have been around a while. 1. The dual strap carry bag I have always preferred to carry my golf bag, even as a senior player. It’s actually more energy efficient. For example, you walk over tees... View Article
Gentle fade golf shot What’s your ‘Go To’ Shot? - One of the biggest frustrations of this game is that you cannot play the same all the time. We are all looking for the same thing: consistency. Well, I hate to burst your bubble, but you will never achieve it. Sorry. Every golfer, no matter what their standard, gets fed up with their lack of... View Article
Reverse Pivot drill from Jon Woodroffe Reverse Pivot Drill - This is a personal one as I have suffered with this swing ailment: the reverse pivot. To cure it, I have used the drill I am going to show you and found it to be very helpful. The reverse pivot is exactly as it sounds, pivoting well, but in the reverse direction to which you... View Article
Observing the golf swing Do it wrong, then do it right! - One of the effects of the new restrictions for us golf professionals is that we now cannot grab hold of a golfer and pull them into the positions we want them to get in. When we do this, we can help a student feel what is required. It is a great way to learn. As... View Article
golf slice Stop the slice NOW! - If you are unlucky enough to have suffered with a slice for a long time, here’s some advice to help you stop this common fault NOW. Consciously or not, you are probably compensating for the slice and accordingly making things worse. You will either be aiming left (for a right-handed golfer), or even more dangerous,... View Article
queing for the golf course Let’s make the most of this surge in demand - World of Golf Master professional Jon Woodroofe, sees another great opportunity for game of golf, if lessons from the past can be heeded The game of golf lends itself to social distancing really well. Let’s be honest, how many times have you seen four players down the middle of the fairway within a metre of... View Article
Golf is not a game of perfect Golf is Not a Game of Perfect - I am a big fan of sports psychology. Once you have got the basics of any sport, then how the mind plays really can impede your ability to achieve your potential. Alternatively, if used correctly, it can give you an edge over the competition. As golf is such a solitary and slow game, with so... View Article
Re-opening safety measures: Jurassic Encounter - The Jurassic Encounter adventure golf course is back open from May 18! Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our customers and staff. We have developed the following guidelines to ensure everyone can feel comfortable when they visit: Safety Measures 1: Social Distancing: Please always stay 2m apart from other customers and... View Article