DENIS PUGH is one of the leading golf instructors in the world. He is probably best known as a golf analyst on Sky Sport's Golf Night. A former tour player he has coached more than 150 Tour Pros including Colin Montgomerie and the Molinari brothers. He is also the club professional at the prestigious Wisley Golf Club in Surrey. With these three programmes, he is now able to pass on his wealth of teaching experience and has collected together 100 of his greatest tips to help players of all ages and standards improve their game.
DVD 1: LONG GAME
Covering all aspects of the long game from driving to irons, Denis leads you through the different length shots and the perfect swing to achieve the correct distance. He teaches you how to be more powerful and gives you three drills to help cement your swing. He also helps eliminate many of the most common problems with amateur golfers including first tee shot nerves; slicing; hooking; sky-ing and topping. There's also a bonus section on playing in the wind and rain, for the four seasons golfer!
DVD 2: SHORT GAME
Denis illustrates the five most common mistakes while leading you through the basics of the short game. He covers both fundamental and advanced techniques to make your short game more consistent. Denis teaches you when to play a lob shot, how to chip downhill and how to cope with different testing lies. He gives you five drills to help you cement his tips into your muscle memory. He also teaches you how to get out of the deep rough and bunkers and there's another bonus section on playing in the wind and rain.
DVD 3: PUTTING
Denis teaches you the basics that you'll need to help you improve your putting and to read greens properly. From choosing your putter, to reading the line and break of a green, Denis also reminds you of the R&A rules of putting. He demonstrates five drills that will help you to recall the perfect putting action. He shows you the best grips, how to mark your ball and how to repair pitch marks correctly. Putting is the most difficult part of the game; with Denis you should never three putt again!