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One-in-eight UK golfers is left-handed

12.10am 5th July 2007 - Travel

Jeremy Dale’s left-handed Scoring School at Stapleford Park Country House Hotel and Sporting Estate in Leicestershire is the only one of its kind in the UK.

PGA professional, golf psychologist and trick-shot artist Jeremy, says, “My left-handed Scoring Schools are an ideal way for golfers to make big improvements to their golf game in a single day, in a supportive group environment, with a left-handed instructor who knows exactly how to teach the left-handed game.”

The Scoring Schools are intended to help golfers improve their scores without changing their swings. The clinic offers a fun, structured approach to improving the important scoring shots with the driver, wedge and putter.

“Golfers who want to learn in a less technical way have made dramatic improvements after attending my Scoring School. Last month, an 18-handicap pupil called to say he had broken 80 for the first time and knocked three shots off his handicap. It is a question of getting better at the shots that make most difference to the score,” added Jeremy.

Jeremy is well known for having changed from playing golf right-handed to playing lefty himself. He entertains corporate golf audiences across the world with his trick-shot shows full of entertaining right and left-hand golf tricks, including the vertical driver, where Jeremy hits a golf ball 300-feet up into the sky ¬ hanging in the air for 12-seconds ¬ before finally dropping to earth.

Jeremy Dale’s Scoring Schools are available for both right and left-handed golfers on Sundays at Stapleford Park throughout the summer. Jeremy¹s left-handed Scoring Schools are being held on 29th July and 12th August.

Jeremy Dale
Left Handed Golf Co


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