Winter is almost upon us and that means something unfortunate for golfers – unpleasant weather will undoubtedly keep them away from the course. It’s not surprising to learn that most golfers feel that their game diminishes over the winter simply due to the fact that they can’t get out and practice as often as they would like.
Our Client contacted us after seeing our work via the website. Living out of the UK for long periods of time, our client gave instructions to look at his house in Surrey and the look at the possibility of installing a golf simulator in the basement of the house.
Mike Ovett, PGA Professional at Pyecombe Golf Club and Hassocks Golf Club asked Golf Swing Systems to come in and look at a possible space for a new coaching studio at Pyecombe Golf Club.Having previously worked for Mike before installing his studio at Hassocks Golf Club we were the the first point of call.
If you’re serious about improving your golf game, the winter can be a challenging time. Many golfers fall out of practice over the colder months as the weather doesn’t allow them to get out onto the course as often as they do over the spring and summer.
Almost every golfer would love to have their own putting green, but many assume it’s something that can only be achieved if you’re very rich. Actually, the truth is as long as you have a garden with a decent amount of free space, you can create an amazing putting green easily and relatively cheaply.
Two of the governing bodies of golf have announced plans to alter some of the rules of the sport in an attempt to modernise the game. The R&A and USGA will implement rules changes hoping to simplify the game and make the sport more consistent in order to speed up play.
Golf simulators have made huge advances in recent years. Once it was only possible to experience a state-of-the-art golf simulator at a major golfing facility of academy – now they are relatively affordable products that you can have installed at home.
If you’re a golfer who would love to practice and improve their putting game, there may be no better option that to have your own putting green in your garden. Whether you’re looking to take strokes off your game or just wind down in the evening with some relaxing putting, this can be a fantastic investment.