Some advice from TGA
Knowing your yardage is vital to your performance. FlightScope sessions and GAME GOLF digital tracking system are two ways of getting this vital information. The range session on FlightScope records all details of every shot and clearly shows if you have clubs that are either too close together or performing the same job.
The GAME GOLF system records all shots on the golf course and gives amazing feedback and goals to reach your target average score. Guessing next lesson's subject matter will be a thing of the past.
We have found over the last few months that many people carry two, sometime three, clubs that essentially do the same job. An extra club elsewhere could be perfect rather than having duplicates in the bag. We only have the chance to carry 14 clubs so gapping them correctly is essential.
GAME GOLF is available to buy now on our Click and Collect section on the website. Perfect Christmas gift for the golfer that seriously wants to improve!
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Rules of the Week
When is my ball 'unplayable'?
If at any point on the golf course, except when in a hazard, you don't feel confident about playing the ball as it lies you can take a penalty drop in any direction, not nearer the hole, to gain a better position to play your next shot from.
This is done by marking the position of your ball, measuring two club lengths and dropping within the points from shoulder height.
Do I have to mark my golf ball?
Yes, if playing in any competition and we would also suggest in friendly golf your golf ball should always be identifiable to you. If, for example, you took any ball from your bag without marking it and only hit two yards, it is possible that that ball could be deemed lost as you cannot prove that it is your ball.
Thanks for these queries since last week's newsletter! Please keep them coming - contact us here if you want us to clear up a ruling for you.
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