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BRITISH OPEN

BRITISH OPEN

Mike give us insight on how to play the British Open, from tee shots, fairways, bunkers and play around the greens.

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BRITISH OPEN
  • BRITISH OPEN: DRIVER

    Mike shows us how to tackle blind tee shots that are common at the Old Course. Draw a line on the ball, pick a spot or object on the horizon, and aim for that.

  • BRITISH OPEN:DRIVING IRONS

    Mike demonstrates how using a driving iron on a blind tee shot can help keep the ball low and fight the wind.

  • BRITISH OPEN: FAIRWAYS

    Mike explains how to use to ground when making shots. Weather conditions require you to knock the ball down, using the ground and slopes to keep the ball in play.

  • BRITISH OPEN: BUNKERS

    Hitting out of a bunker with fluffy fine sand requires a sand wedge with a lot of bounce. Standing farther back and keeping your hands lower also helps.

  • BRITISH OPEN: GREENS

    Be creative when chipping onto the greens. Use your putter, a rescue club, or even an 8-iron to bump and run the ball onto the green.