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BRINGING a putting-stroke feel into your chipping stroke extends to your wrist action. We need the wrists to be quiet for both shots, but that doesn’t mean you need to lock out your wrists as you chip. Locked or “dead” wrists simply add tension and rob your action of any feel, flow and rhythm.
EIGHT weeks after golf clubs were reopened, following the conronavirus outbreak, things are slowly but surely beginning to take a turn for the better.
A MONTH and a half or so after golf clubs reopened in the Covid-19 era, TeeUp spoke to Anil “Sanjay” Kumar of VK (Golf) Enterprise on what he thought about the current situation and what the future might hold – with a specific viewpoint from “stand alone” retailers.
THE Asian Tour is aiming to reboot their season with an expected restart in September.
AS more golf clubs reopen in the wake of the partial lifting of movement control order restrictions, a gentle sense of relief has swept over the industry.
THE local golf industry was enveloped in a spirit of great relief and emotion this week, albeit set against a backdrop of hurried preparations to get things ready for a reopening after the relaxations of some Covid-19 restrictions.
WHILE slices and hooks are caused by attacking the ball from a swing path that is narrow and steep or wide and shallow, shots that go straight right and left are all about clubface angle.
THERE is light at the end of the tunnel. More so with some golf clubs reopening this week.