REGARDED AS ONE OF THE NATION’S FINEST GOLF TEACHERS, OUR IN-HOUSE INSTRUCTIONAL GURU, DION KIPPING (OR KIPPA TO US) BOASTS A LONG AND EVENTFUL CAREER IN THE GOLF INDUSTRY.
AS THE caddie on the bag when Robert Allenby won Australia’s ‘Triple Crown’ in 2005 , and the bagman for Aaron Baddeley during his two Australian Open title wins in 1999-2000, Kippa’s insights into the PGA Tour are unique, intriguing and downright fascinating.
More importantly, his expert tips as our exclusive instructional editor are changing games worldwide.
Check out a few game-changing examples of Kippa’s teaching below.
The Tiger Woods Stinger
IT’S one of the most famous shots in golf, and every other golfer seems to have their own method of playing it.
In case you didn’t already know, The Stinger is a shot that bores low and long through the wind, and it’s particularly effective and useful on traditional links courses or exposed layouts.
No one has made this shot more famous than (or mastered it quite like) Tiger Woods.
Here is the exact way Tiger approaches this shot – it’s quite different to what many suspect and what many more do in practice.
How do we know this is Tiger’s method? Because Tiger himself told us.
The Best Driving Tip Ever
THIS GAME-CHANGING TIP IS ONE OF THE COOLEST PIECES OF DRIVING INSTRUCTION YOU’LL EVER GET.
It’s something every single golfer will benefit from and it’s so simple you’ll castigate yourself for not having thought of it.
Sometimes it’s the simplest things that can make the biggest differences and that definitely applies with:
THE TEE RULES.
Let Kippa guide you through your tee setup and explain exactly why the way you address a ball on a tee makes all the difference between a straight shot, or a pull or push.
This tip is simple yet specific – you’ll wish you knew it years ago. Get this game-changing tip in the video below.
How to Avoid Distraction
IT IS UNDOUBTEDLY ONE OF THE HARDEST THINGS TO OVERCOME IN GOLF – DISTRACTION.
Of course, distractions come in many different forms, yet whether visual or mental there are ways to overcome them and play great golf no matter what.
We’ve all heard how Tiger Woods learned to practise while his late father, Earl, put him off with a range of sounds and actions. And now you, too, can take control of your focus. In this tip, Kippa shows you how to not only avoid or deflect distraction, but how to EMBRACE it.