Andy Griffiths

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Andy is currently coaching in Shanghai, China. He is a UKPGA member and graduate of the AGMS degree at the University of Birmingham. Andy has coached in more than 30 countries and traveled to work with many of the best minds in golf to constantly improve his coaching.

His No. 1 desire is to help golfers reach their dreams, and to enjoy the process!


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      Tips to get the most out of your swing changes

      If you believed everything you read in golf media, it would be easy to assume that a few small swing changes or the adaption of a new technique is all that is required to play your best...

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      Practice Habits that won the Masters

      What can average golfers learn from two-time Masters Champion Bubba Watson? Here’s a short video that covers a lot of what has made him so successful on the PGA Tour and such an exciting player to watch....

      • Posted 247 days ago
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    • Are your expectations killing your progress?

      Self-inflicted expectations hold back golfers of all levels. They turn an enjoyable round of golf into a tiring, difficult stretch of time, thinking “I should be able to do this” or “I wish I had a more...

      • Posted 279 days ago
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      Feedback that will change your game

      This year I was a captain of a Ryder Cup-style event at my golf course. It was a fantastic experience that deepened my love of golf and provided so many valuable lessons, many of which go much deeper...

      • Posted 323 days ago
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    • How to Make BIG Changes

      There are no magic fixes in golf that will transform your game at the flick of a switch. There is no secret potion that can be consumed and instantly result in you hitting 18 of 18 greens...

      • Posted 361 days ago
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    • The power of the eyes in golf

      A great golf shot requires attention to many components. It is therefore no surprise that the best in the world have long discussions with their experienced caddies before deciding on a plan of action for the shot...

      • Posted 414 days ago
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      Use the power of the scorecard to your advantage

      Does par on a scorecard really mean anything? Think about it. When the difference in length between a par 4 and a par 5 can be as little as a yard, is it logical to decide that you...

      • Posted 420 days ago
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      Don’t be intimidated by awkward bunker shots

      It is easy to be overwhelmed by all the different types of shots golfers can face from bunkers. On most bunker shots, the ground is very seldom entirely flat. And lies generally vary from bunker to bunker,...

      • Posted 436 days ago
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      Step slightly out of your comfort zone for better practice

      When was the last time that you were slightly scared or panicky when you practiced golf? For many of you the answer will be never, or maybe very occasionally whilst playing a competition against a golfing rival....

      • Posted 448 days ago
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      Take cues from tennis to help your golf

      In an attempt to help others learn this great game, I often look at how skills are learned in other games and sports. Last week, I spent a day at Wimbledon watching the tennis. I was lucky...

      • Posted 535 days ago
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    • Think, then play

      This may seem like a really stupid question, but stay with me here: What is the goal of a competitive game of golf? Reasons for participating may include: I want to get out with friends/family. I want to...

      • Posted 549 days ago
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    • Short Game

      One Thing For A Great Short Game

      Recently I have asked quite a few golfers what they believe is the most important part of a good short game. Most say that the answer is creativity, and I have to say that I definitely agree....

      • Posted 592 days ago
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    • REAL Golf

      REAL Golf is different than RANGE golf

      Golf is played on a golf course. Golf lessons are regularly taken on the driving range. These are two quite obvious statements, I am sure you would agree. Yet the more I coach, the more I am...

      • Posted 641 days ago
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      Golfers are clever

      After some of the crazy compensations I have seen in golf swings, I am completely convinced that many golfers are in fact very clever, despite what they may think. Let me explain. Take the example of the...

      • Posted 654 days ago
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    • Golf Fun

      Golf is FUN

      I’ve just moved jobs. I’ve gone to a fantastic new place, with a huge number of golfers of all ages and abilities. This has given me time to question why I do what I do. I feel...

      • Posted 674 days ago
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    • Golf Awareness

      Increasing ball flight awareness

      There is plenty of content out there explaining ball flight laws and why golf balls do as they do when struck. The problem is, many golfers still don’t understand them, so they spend valuable practice time less...

      • Posted 688 days ago
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      3 tips to help you reach your 2013 golfing resolutions

      As we move into 2013 and a new year in the life of a golfer, I hear plenty of resolutions withoutcome focused goals. In 2013 I want to: “Lower my handicap by 5 shots” “Break 80 for...

      • Posted 714 days ago
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    • Andy Griffiths

      Three ways to improve your game in 2013

      As 2012 and the golfing season comes to a close, now is the time to look back on the year of golf and evaluate how you progressed toward your goals. Each reader will differ; your goal may...

      • Posted 731 days ago
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