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Chip or Pitch – That is the Question.

When you have missed a green with your approach shot, all too often  you are faced with a decision on how to play your next shot, should you pitch or chip it. In order to make the correct decision you must first understand the fundamental differences between pitching and chipping and how they relate to the shot you have to play.

Our “chipping/pitching lesson” discusses what you should do before you prepare to swing and how you should set your stance, posture and grip. We demonstrate the mechanics for distance control and show you how to make solid contact which will increase your performance inside 100 metres, making you a more confident player while shaving strokes off your handicap.

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From beginners to low handicappers, the William Noble Golf Academy helps golfers of all levels by methodically breaking their golf swing into manageable pieces. We understand that each golfer’s goals, physical abilities and way of communicating are different so every “Chipping/Pitching Lesson” we give is unique and personalised.

Often it’s difficult to change something you can’t see so you can avail of the latest  SkyPro and nFlight video technology and a Flightscope ball tracking device to receive instant analysis and comprehensive feedback on your swing from our PGA Professionals.

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Our lessons are designed to give you a practice routine that will get you back on the right track increasing your success rate both on and off the course!

Private lessons are available and can be split between groups where our professionals time will be split equally

William Noble Golf Academy

 Full timePGA Professional

 Offering private lessons, group lessons, junior lessons, group schools and on-course playing lessons

 Custom club fitting with Nike, Taylormade, Ping, Cleveland, Cobra and Scotty Cameron

 State of the art digital technology using Skypro and nFlight aswell as  radar technology utilizing the FlightScope Xi Tuned Performance Monitor

Golf Academy Practice Facilities

 300 yard driving range with both natural grass and artificial turf hitting areas.

 Dedicated short game area featuring bunkers and chipping areas

 Surperb putting area