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A series of eight lessons designed to give youngsters the start they need in terms of technique, etiquette and also the social context of the game of golf
By Richard Harrison
PGA PROFESSIONAL ROEHAMPTON CLUB
PHOTOGRAPHY BY PETER DAZELEY / PETERDAZELEY.COM

Golf International is delighted to put junior golf in the spotlight in 2010, with an exclusive instruction series from Advanced PGA Professional, Richard Harrison, of Roehampton Club in south-west London.


Richard kicks off with his child-friendly approach to achieving the ideal address position, as demonstrated by 7-year-old Max.

Richard continues with his child-friendly take on developing a flowing, symmetrical swing, with the help of 10-year-old Milo.

Richard gives his child-friendly advice on the short game with the help of Roehampton Club junior, 8-year-old Lauren, a left-hander.

Richard sets out his child-friendly method for developing a smooth, symmetrical putting stroke with the help of 6- year-old Sara.

Richard explains his child-friendly take on bunker play with the help of Roehampton Club junior, 10-year-old Milo, and a rather useful prop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reproduced with kind permission of Golf International Magazine






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