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Through my website you can learn how to hit the best shot in golf, which many people say is the hardest, but it's NOT !!! HITTING THE BALL STRAIGHT can be achieved on a consistent and regular basis with a few sound rules and practice. Once you understand the basics it is down to you to keep this knowledge and to practice. The more practice you do, the better you could become!  See Lessons to start the process of Straight Hitting Golf!
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The tyre drill
This will show you correct impact position dictated by your LEFT HAND and places you back in the start position !!
Remember -
Golf is a LEFT SIDED GAME !!!
Click on the above picture to see video demonstration.
Nick Faldo -
 The Master of Rhythm and Tempo
My name is Michael Janes and I have been playing golf for over 40 years. During this time I have amassed a vast knowledge of the golf swing and have simplified the movement to KEEP THE CLUB FACE SQUARER for LONGER throughout the contact area.  The majority of golfers only keep the club face square four or so inches before and after contact so their timing would have to  be spot on to produce the straight shots they desire. Imagine what results you would have if you were able increase the  distance of SQUARENESS to 5 or 6 times that! Simply put, if your club face is not SQUARE and not travelling along your target line BEFORE, DURING and AFTER impact the ball is not going to fly straight !
I have enjoyed years of showing golfers how to hit STRAIGHT shots that will not hook or slice and finally watch them smile and enjoy the game they love. The golf swing is not a complicated sequence that some people make out. Let me clear your cluttered mind and get you hitting STRAIGHT GOLF SHOTS with less effort !
After many years of listening to different professional golfers and coaches alike telling you to use this method use that method, do it this way, that way etc. I decided to concentrate on what worked best for me and then develop it so that I could pass this information on to you the golfer. Once you have a basic fundamentals that your body is comfortable with you can then develop, with my help the basics of straight hitting, swinging the club on a single plane back and through.
This method allowed me in 2010 to break the course record at The Epping Golf Course, Essex, UK where I proudly covered the 18 hole course in 59 shots.
Over the years I have seen many golfers striving for that elusive shot time after time. Hitting it harder, flattening the swing, making the swing more upright, the list goes on. After a few drills with me they soon realised that there was a way forward that was easier and took less effort o the body. The best part for me was that young and older golfers were going away and enjoying their golf more and then reporting back telling me how much better they had played and how much more simple their golf swing became.
Here's to Straight Hitting Golfers, I look forward to helping you discover straight hitting shots and the  middle of the fairway in the future.
Through my website you can learn how to hit the best shot in golf, which many people say is the hardest, but it's NOT !!! HITTING THE BALL STRAIGHT can be achieved on a consistent and regular basis with a few sound rules and practice. Once you understand the basics it is down to you to keep this knowledge and to practice. The more practice you do, the better you could become!  See Lessons to start the process of Straight Hitting Golf!
ABOUT US
Lessons
CONTACT US
OUR MISSION
Nick Faldo -
 The Master of Rhythm and Tempo
The tyre drill
This will show you correct impact position dictated by your LEFT HAND and places you back in the start position !!
Remember -
Golf is a LEFT SIDED GAME !!!
Click on the above picture to see video demonstration.
My name is Michael Janes and I have been playing golf for over  40 years. During this time I have amassed a vast knowledge of the golf swing and have simplified the movement to KEEP THE CLUB FACE SQUARER for LONGER throughout the contact area.  The majority of golfers only keep the club face square four or  so inches before and after contact so their timing would have  to be spot on to produce the straight shots they desire.  Imagine what results you would have if you were able increase  the distance of SQUARENESS to 5 or 6 times that! Simply put, if  your club face is not SQUARE and not travelling along your  target line BEFORE, DURING and AFTER impact the ball is not  going to fly straight !
I have enjoyed years of showing golfers how to hit STRAIGHT shots that will not hook or slice and finally watch them smile and enjoy the game they love. The golf swing is not a complicated sequence that some people make out. Let me clear your cluttered mind and get you hitting STRAIGHT GOLF SHOTS with less effort !
After many years of listening to different professional golfers and coaches alike telling you to use this method use that method, do it this way, that way etc. I decided to concentrate on what worked best for me and then develop it so that I could pass this information on to you the golfer. Once you have a basic fundamentals that your body is comfortable with you can then develop, with my help the basics of straight hitting, swinging the club on a single plane back and through.
This method allowed me in 2010 to break the course record at The Epping Golf Course, Essex, UK where I proudly covered the 18 hole course in 59 shots.
Over the years I have seen many golfers striving for that elusive shot time after time. Hitting it harder, flattening the swing, making the swing more upright, the list goes on. After a few drills with me they soon realised that there was a way forward that was easier and took less effort o the body. The best part for me was that young and older golfers were going away and enjoying their golf more and then reporting back telling me how much better they had played and how much more simple their golf swing became.
Here's to Straight Hitting Golfers, I look forward to helping you discover straight hitting shots and the  middle of the fairway in the future.
Straight Hitting Golf