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Andy Walker

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I have set up an online golf tuition website

http://www.educationforum.co.uk/golf/instruction.htm

Should anyone wish to contribute or comment please do so

Hi Andy,

It looks good. Is that you in the photos? :)

I would, at some stage, like to do something for the site, if you wouldn't mind. Some photos and 'feelings' around things like the grip for example, would be useful - it is still something I tinker and change regularly. Mainly because I don't know what 'right' feels like.

I am an advocate of start beginners and young players with a stronger grip - and when they develop finger and wrist strength [should they be motivated] move to the weaker/neutral grip. This might also help with the 'power fade' which puts so many off in the early stages.

I could go on all day about golf, thankfully I won't.

Gary

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I have set up an online golf tuition website

http://www.educationforum.co.uk/golf/instruction.htm

Should anyone wish to contribute or comment please do so

Hi Andy,

It looks good. Is that you in the photos? :)

I would, at some stage, like to do something for the site, if you wouldn't mind. Some photos and 'feelings' around things like the grip for example, would be useful - it is still something I tinker and change regularly. Mainly because I don't know what 'right' feels like.

I am an advocate of start beginners and young players with a stronger grip - and when they develop finger and wrist strength [should they be motivated] move to the weaker/neutral grip. This might also help with the 'power fade' which puts so many off in the early stages.

I could go on all day about golf, thankfully I won't.

Gary

Yes I'm the good looking bald one!

Thanks for your feedback and please do contribute when you get time - in addition to tuition I want to include some case study material of great golfers, some holiday reviews and a history of golf section. I am also planning a "mental game" page - having been 6 over after 6, 2 over after 16 and 5 over after 18 in yesterday's medal I feel I am in need ot it :)

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I have set up an online golf tuition website

http://www.educationforum.co.uk/golf/instruction.htm

Should anyone wish to contribute or comment please do so

Hi Andy,

It looks good. Is that you in the photos? :)

I would, at some stage, like to do something for the site, if you wouldn't mind. Some photos and 'feelings' around things like the grip for example, would be useful - it is still something I tinker and change regularly. Mainly because I don't know what 'right' feels like.

I am an advocate of start beginners and young players with a stronger grip - and when they develop finger and wrist strength [should they be motivated] move to the weaker/neutral grip. This might also help with the 'power fade' which puts so many off in the early stages.

I could go on all day about golf, thankfully I won't.

Gary

Yes I'm the good looking bald one!

Thanks for your feedback and please do contribute when you get time - in addition to tuition I want to include some case study material of great golfers, some holiday reviews and a history of golf section. I am also planning a "mental game" page - having been 6 over after 6, 2 over after 16 and 5 over after 18 in yesterday's medal I feel I am in need ot it :)

Andy,

A friend of mine, Dirk, recently started this site, which includes some of my golf history articles under Obscure History section. I'd like to contribute some of my obscure golf history, if you'd like. I have an article on how the Irish invented golf you can use.

- Bill Kelly

http://www.twooverpar.com/

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I have set up an online golf tuition website

http://www.educationforum.co.uk/golf/instruction.htm

Should anyone wish to contribute or comment please do so

Hi Andy,

It looks good. Is that you in the photos? :)

I would, at some stage, like to do something for the site, if you wouldn't mind. Some photos and 'feelings' around things like the grip for example, would be useful - it is still something I tinker and change regularly. Mainly because I don't know what 'right' feels like.

I am an advocate of start beginners and young players with a stronger grip - and when they develop finger and wrist strength [should they be motivated] move to the weaker/neutral grip. This might also help with the 'power fade' which puts so many off in the early stages.

I could go on all day about golf, thankfully I won't.

Gary

Yes I'm the good looking bald one!

Thanks for your feedback and please do contribute when you get time - in addition to tuition I want to include some case study material of great golfers, some holiday reviews and a history of golf section. I am also planning a "mental game" page - having been 6 over after 6, 2 over after 16 and 5 over after 18 in yesterday's medal I feel I am in need ot it :lol:

Andy,

A friend of mine, Dirk, recently started this site, which includes some of my golf history articles under Obscure History section. I'd like to contribute some of my obscure golf history, if you'd like. I have an article on how the Irish invented golf you can use.

- Bill Kelly

http://www.twooverpar.com/

Thanks Bill that would be great - please send to andrew@dtc.kent.sch.uk - It is also true that the Irish invented the bagpies - unfortunately the Scottish didn't get the joke :lol:

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