One Day Golf Clinic with Sports psychologist Shaun McGonagle & Myself Covering all aspects of the physical and mental game. Don’t miss out on moving your game forward.
Don’t miss the chance to go to Brendan McDaid’s next amazing Golf Clinic, at Maccreddin Golf Club on 25th October. This promises to be a great day.
This 1 day clinic will cover all aspects of the game, both Physical & Psychological. Giving tips and advice on different elements of your game including:
Many amateurs fret about playing in the wind, but better players know how to use wind to their advantage. For instance, better players know that no matter what type of shot you’d normally play, whether it’s a draw, fade or whatever, how the wind blows changes everything. You have to make adjustments to make the wind work for you, instead of trying to hit a shot to fight against it. I’ve seen that happen time and time again with amateurs.
This I hope is the start of many golf lesson blog posts in relation to the wonderful and sometimes frustrating game of golf.
While we all love booming the ball down the fairway with our trusty driver the putter which is sometimes not as obviously important as your long game, putting counts for half your strokes on the golf course.
This is a simple golf putting drill, practice for 5 to 10 minutes a few nights a week, this will help you improve your putting action, which will help you putt better, and in return lower your playing handicap. Ultimately reducing your number of putts will increase your enjoyment and eliminate the frustration in your golf game.
My hope would be that by practicing this drill not only will it help your scores come down but will also give you hours of putting enjoyment. Click Here To View This Putting Drill Along With Other Useful Tips
By Dermot Gilleece
Sunday February 03 2013
Fit, young and ambitious, he threw a backward glance at Pádraig Harrington waiting in the next group before proceeding to smash an absolute beauty, straight down the middle. “Would you like to hit another one?” the Dubliner teased mischievously as the rookie scampered off.
It was practice day at Abu Dhabi GC in preparation for the first full tour event of the New Year. “Guys like that used to frighten the life out of me when I first came on tour,” said the winner of three Majors. Peter Lawrie nodded. He and Damien McGrane completed an Irish three-ball which would be extended to four when Rory McIlroy joined them on the second. “You’ve got to be mature enough to see beyond that one drive,” said Lawrie. “You have to believe you can box clever and get the ball around a golf course.”
Jack Hume and I with The Munster Boys Trophy which I won in 1978 and Jack won in 2009. Jack won all 4 boys Golf Championships that year, only 2nd person to ever achieve that feat, Jack has been Rathsallagh’s leading golfer for a number of years.
PGA Pro Brendan McDaid is proud to offer golf lessons to golfers of all ability at the Spawell Leisure Centre in Templeogue in Dublin. Brendan also offers indoor golf lessons at the golf simulation centre in Ranelagh, Dublin.
Brendan has been a PGA Pro coach for many years and works closely with professionals including European Tour Winner Peter Lawrie!
If you are looking for professinoal golf lessons with a PGA Pro, they Brendan is the coach for you! Call 087 243 6805 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.