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Precision or length? Or both? Practice with clearly defined target ranges and start simulating course situations on the driving range. With focused training and repetitions with different targets, you will keep your level of concentration high and can also apply the target ranges you know from the range to the course.

Hybrid/long irons

For many golfers, long irons are a thing of the past. A hybrid, a mixture of wood (visual) and iron (loft), is easier to hit and is more forgiving when you make mistakes. In the end, it's a matter of taste, but be sure to test and compare both types of clubs to find your personal preference. Different exercises help you make this decision and show you whether the hybrid will become your new all-purpose weapon.

Fairway bunkers

The opportunities to practice shots from fairwaybunkers are limited. The topic of fairwaybunkers is generally a little embarassing - because who does even land there? When the drive still ends up in the bunker people get nervous. Observations range from aggressive wood shots to shots across the fairway that end up out of bounce. With a few easy tricks we help you to master your game from the fairway bunker.

Medium & short irons

A game situation in which the green is less than 100 meters away separates great players from good players, because a missed hit can cost you. The goal of using a maximum of three hits from 100 meters will save you quite a few shots. With simple exercises on improved course management and a conservative game, you will clearly improve your scores.


The green bunker still takes great joy in thwarting your chances when you have your eyes set on a par. The reason for this is that many players change their swing rhythm in such a way that the bunker shot fails. Simple tricks will raise your confidence in playing across bunkers and, in turn, decrease the number of hits required to get out of the bunker as well as the following shots/putts.


Chipping is many golfers' favorite shot – nonetheless, most target chip-putts fail, because the chip doesn't end up close enough to the hole. Whether with a 7 iron or a sandwedge, understanding the flight and rolling behavior is key to chip-putt success. Targeted training and repetitions with different targets will keep your level of concentration high – and on the course, you will know which club to grab in the respective situation.


When it comes to this shot, the difference between genius and madness is often determined by a few millimeters. Even pros don't cut a good figure when the ball rolls back into the dip right in front of their feet from the elevated green. Targeted exercises for repeatability and consistent length control will help you achieve considerable improvement in your short game. Putting after the pitch thereby becomes much easier because of the reduced distance.


The score is decided on the green. Too often, short putts miss their target, and the hard work of reaching the green is completely undone. With simple putting drills, you can increase your confidence and the reliability of your short putts – which can frequently cost you five shots or more per round, no matter what your handicap is.