If you’re stuck at home and are feeling fit and healthy, there are ways to practise golf at home which could mean your game is in better shape than ever by the time golf courses reopen.
Practise with Padraig
By now I’m sure most golfers are aware that Padraig Harrington has become a prolific Tweeter. The three-time major champion is posting a new video lesson on Twitter nearly every day and the quality of content he is producing is excellent, with some tips that will really improve your golf.
— Padraig Harrington (@padraig_h) May 10, 2020
Learn with Luke
Padraig isn’t the only tour pro who’s dishing out advice – former World No 1 Luke Donald has been sharing lessons on his Twitter feed from fellow champions, including Shane Lowry, Ian Poulter and Sergio Garcia.
Here is a SL tip from the Open Champ @ShaneLowryGolf on hitting the low stinger. Tough to win an Open without being able to control your ball in the wind – some nice keys here! Thx Shane #LDTips #SLTip #Lowstinger #staysafe #stayhealthy pic.twitter.com/LAgthqBtFb
— Luke Donald (@LukeDonald) May 5, 2020
Coach your Children
World famous golf instructor David Leadbetter is offering free training to parents who are keen to coach their children at home during lockdown. Whilst a parent could be a scratch golfer, that doesn’t mean that they know how to teach skills to their children at home in a fun and engaging way.
The “Parent Coach” on-line course offers insight on coaching children and how to properly engage them with some fun games that you can do indoors or in the garden.. This 2 hour course is free!