Tips and news from World of Golf Croydon

Stick with changes that have worked before

Published January 7, 2019

This month’s tip is aimed at anybody who has taken golf instruction in the last year to correct a fault and enjoyed success! This instruction may either be a formal lesson, or a tip found on YouTube, but if it worked, then this is for you. I have been coaching golf for over 40 years […]


Concentrate on the follow through

Published November 11, 2018

By Jon Woodroffe, World of Golf Master Professional One of the most frequent comments I hear from customers on the golf range, is that they can’t replicate their smooth swing in practice, when they are out on the course. After weeks coaching our Tuesday morning Seniors class on the golf range and seeing great improvement […]


Point your buckle to improve your bunker play

Published October 10, 2018

By Jon Woodroffe – World of Golf Master Professional My preferred tip for better bunker play is to stay out of them in the first place.  Sadly, this is unlikely to be of real practical benefit, so let me suggest an alternative. Firstly, you need to practice more in sand traps. Most players are not […]


Time to adapt to the changing conditions

Published September 21, 2018

By Jon Woodroffe – World of Golf Master Professional Wow, that was some summer. Hot and dry pretty much throughout, so it’s not surpising the golf courses have suffered. However, now we are heading into the autumn and I would recommend you change the type of practice you do at the golf range to reflect […]