Adrian in Today's Golfer Magazine

Since 2001 Adrian has penned 100’s of features. Here you can find a small sample.

Golf’s Most Wanted – 6 Shots Feature

Golf’s Most Wanted – 6 Shots Feature

Golf's Most Wanted Six Shots That Will Keep Your Scorecard In One Piece I’ve been very lucky over 20 years to visit some of the finest Championship course around the world to compile instruction articles for Today’s Golfer magazine. It was a real pleasure this summer...

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How to Hit More Greens

How to Hit More Greens

Hit More Greens In this feature, I allude to the fact that many inconsistencies in the game may happen because of a poor approach, routine and mindset for the shot you’re about to play. I always express to my students that human error means you are going to make the...

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Stamp Out 3 Putts

Stamp Out 3 Putts

Stamp Out 3 Putts It would be a nice to think we’ll never 3 putt again which would be foolhardy even for the best players in the World! However in this feature I penned sometime ago many things still hold true if you’d like to stamp out those dreaded three stabs!...

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Bunker Magic

Bunker Magic

Bunker MagicIn my latest bunker feature, I show you how some simple set up tips can dramatically improve your chance of getting that ball out near the pin. Understanding how ball position, club face and shaft alignment can encourage you to produce more...

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AKI Swing For Consistency

AKI Swing For Consistency

AKI Swing For ConsistencyThe golf swing could be broken down into many many hundreds of components often confusing folk which swing ‘positions’ are relevant and correct.In reality we are all swinging the club in a circle which we needs to deliver the club...

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Match Up Your Club Face

Match Up Your Club Face

Match Up Your Club FaceStudy the top ten players in the world and you will notice subtle differences in their grips, wrist hinge, swing shape and body movements. Producing correct and consistent impacts resulting in great ball control means matching up...

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