John JacobsLocation: Cumberwell Park GC, Wiltshire

Contact: http://www.cumberwellpros.co.uk/aboutus.aspx

Price: £75 per hour

Biography: John is passionate about coaching golfers of all standards. He is Cumberwell Park’s first professional, as he joined in 1994 when the course first opened. He is currently the National EGU England Boys Lead Coach (U16’s), EGU South West Boys Coach (U18’s), Wiltshire County Boys Coach (U14’s) and Wiltshire County Girls Coach (U15’s and U18’s).

Best tip: “When chipping, make some practice swings brushing the ground with the leading edge of your wedge. The spot your wedge hits the ground is your ideal ball position!”

How launch angle and power are linked

If you take one thing from this article, I want it to be how launch angle and power are linked and how you can get more yardage without swinging any harder. Some players seem capable of generating easy power – that is they swing within themselves and yet their distance…

Stabilize your swing for better fairway wood strikes

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How much sand should I take for perfect bunker shots?

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Find the low point in your swing

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what is lag in the golf swing

Golf Monthly Top 25 coach John Jacobs has some advice on creating lag and how it can help you hit the ball further and more solid.

For consistent driving it's crucial to get the fundamentals right starting with the grip of your golf club