The Golf Project

I am pleased to announce as of April 1st I will be coaching at The Dynamic Golf Range in Hulcott, Aylesbury through The Golf Project.

The Dynamic range is the largest in the area with over 30 floodlit bays and refreshments on site.

Golf Balls will be included in the price of the lesson and custom fitting will also be available with at least 7 of the top Club manufacturers to choose from. I look forward to seeing you all and if you would like to schedule in a lesson or a fitting please contact me.

The Dynamic Driving Range, Hulcott Lane, Aylesbury, HP22 5GA

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Learning to Play Golf

If you have never played golf before or are just starting out it is best to find a qualified Professional to help you with your journey. Starting with the fundamentals and working your way towards a repeatable efficient game makes the journey and the game of golf more rewarding. 

First step approaches:

  1. Fundamentals – Make sure you are setting up to the ball with good alignment, grip and posture
  2. Timing – This is the beginning of a long friendship; good timing is the difference between an enjoyable round of golf or a day where it all just doesn’t seem to work. 
  3. Equipment – Make sure you have equipment that fits! Too many times if clubs are too long/short, heavy or light it can lead to extra work and swing issues that after a while can become detrimental to the enjoyment and efficiency in the golf game. 
  4. Mental Attitude – A positive attitude goes a long way in how you approach not only the swing but eventually the score and ultimately your enjoyment of the game. 

I have learnt so much about this game over the last 30 years or so that I have been involved with golf. The most important lesson of all as I continue in my own personal journey and in that of helping others is how enjoyable time spent on the golf course can be shared with both old and new friends.  

Set Your Golf Goals

Set your golf goals – starting with grip pressure

The grip and its pressure can act as more than a metaphor of lightness; letting go while at the same time holding on. The beginning of any good goal setting task is to focus first on the big picture. What is it you hope to achieve with your golf game? Where would you like to be at the end of the year? A lower handicap perhaps, or winning your club championship? These are the big picture goals, the ones that are the pinnacle of success for us. How we get there depends on a few smaller steps and goals to get there. 

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Lizzy Freemantle Schremp is a United States PGA golf professional and has been coaching and teaching beginners to professionals for the past 17 years.