With the weather finally brightening up a bit and the lockdown restrictions becoming gradually looser, now is the ideal time to start thinking about how to get your garden ready for the summer. And, rather than investing in the traditional barbecue, bunting and fire pit garden design, why not utilise your love of golf instead? That way, you can create an outdoor space that is just as purposeful as it is practical, giving you the opportunity to improve your golf game without needing to head to your local course or driving range.
With golf courses around the UK due to open again from the end of the month, it's time to get back in the swing of things and get your golf game back on track. The last thing you should want, after all, is to come out from months of lockdown solitude to find that your golfing prowess has dwindled.
Golf may not be seen as an active a sport compared to the likes of football, tennis or rugby but, in its own way, it can offer a number of health benefits you might not know about. So, in this article, we thought we'd highlight a few of these for you, pointing out a few key reasons why playing golf can actually be good for you.
Cuckfield Golf Centre has had a refit and an addition to the driving range of a fantastic custom fitting facility. Roy Ellis PGA is heading up the custom fitting studio and asked Golf Swing Systems to install a projection screen, putting turf and hitting mat in the facility.
From the clubs to the courses to the caddies, with so many different components and products to golf, it can be all too easy to overlook a key aspect of the game: the clothes. Have you ever wondered, for example, why golfers wear the clothes they do? Well, that’s what we’re here to discuss today.
With the weather getting gradually worse and the evenings becoming darker much earlier on in the day, that can only mean one thing: Christmas is right around the corner. But, being frank about it, after the year we’ve had to this point, coming towards the end of the year is likely to be something that most people will be fairly happy with.
Whether it be because of the bad weather, another lockdown or a transportation issue, there are a number of reasons why learning how to improve your golf game at home can be particularly beneficial. From honing your short game to perfecting your swing, you don’t necessarily need to be out on a golf course to improve your game.
Golf Swing Systems showing how a golf simulator doubles as a cinema using archery screen material and a modest projector. Did you know that your Golf Simulator Projector can also be used to show films as well as being used for gaming? Have a look at Steve of Golf Swing Systems demonstrating the flexibility of the projectors and screens.
Mike Worley Head PGA Professional at Shooters Hill Golf Club came to see Golf Swing Systems in October wanting a studio fit out for a room that he was having built. The dimensions were great at 7M deep x 5M wide x 3M high.