Bramshaw Captains Charity Team Golf Day
The Bramshaw Captains Charity Team Golf Day on Wednesday, 26 April is now open for entry.
You can download the entry form from the club website.
There is an opportunity for a title sponsor of the event if your company is interested or in hole sponsorship if you would like to display company banners on the course.
The cost of entering as a team of 4 is £290.00. This includes, Tea/Coffee & Bacon roll on arrival,
Team & Individual prizes, Two course meal after the round on the Manor Course.
Hole Sponsorship is £50 per hole
There is a Honda HR-V car for the first hole in one on the 4th Hole, sponsored by August Motors Honda, Salisbury.
All money is being raised for The Breast Cancer Haven Charity.
All contact details are on the Website or phone the Pro Shop 02380 813434.
Start your golfing season in this very popular event.
Pro - Am
If anyone would like to play in a Pro-Am event Mike is looking for individuals or Teams for some of the events he is playing this year. If you are interested and would like to know more, please contact Mike
Coaching Article 3:
Compliment your new grip, with the right grip for you.
Over the last two weeks we have helped you technically to get the best out of your grip. This week we will bring this section to a close with equipment recommendations to compliment your grip.
The type of grip used will encourage a players grip to be too tight or too loose, so if you find you are a player that falls into the category of strong grip with too much pressure being applied this may be down to the fact you are using grips that are too small for you. The next time you are in the shop ask to get your grip size checked.
The key role of the grip is comfort, providing the player a good platform to connect themselves and the club. Like the swing, each players idea of comfort is different so there are many stiles of grip to choose from.
The choices range from rubber or synthetic rubber through to cord weave and multi compound, which as it sounds is a combination of both rubber and cord weave.
Examples of a rubber, cord weave and multi compound grips.
For golfers playing in wet and humid weather, special care should be taken to select the right golf grip. Golf grips that include cord fabric are especially helpful in creating extra traction and support in wet conditions.
But, for many players, cord grips are too aggressive for their hands. If cord is not an option, then golfers should look for a grip with a heavy pattern and surface texture to provide the necessary traction b to keep their clubs from slipping (or flying) out of their hands.
Smooth grips and grips made of plastic or other polymers are not well suited for play in extremely wet conditions.
So with the thoughts you have gathered from articles 1, 2 and 3 look at your own grip and flight and form those relationships between where the ball starts and how it flies through the air.
If it works as explained in the article, great stuff! If it is not the case look to re adjust that grip to begin the improvements into your game. As we mentioned at the start a swing fault may not be solely down to one principle, the clubface works in tandem to your swing path so that will be the next area we cover in the series to guide you through your swing maintenance.
Following these articles let us help you help yourself.
Come and get your grip size checked and re grip your favourite club with our recommended grip that will best suit your game.
Will rubber, cord or multi compound be your answer!
This offer allows the Re-grip of 1 Club for FREE!!! Limited to first 30 responses.
Pictured are the grips included in the offer
Come in and see us in the pro shop to find out more.