The Art of the Short Game

BUNKER PLAY - PITCHING - CHIPPING - PUTTING . These 4 components of the game of golf are undoubtedly the hardest to master, but the most rewarding, creative and game improving when mastered. Many professionals teach the golf swing, but few will ever be able to teach feel, spin control and shot visualisation around the greens.

The easiest way for any player at any level to improve their game is to improve the "Short Game". If you are serious about your golf and you want to lower your scores and reduce your handicap you are fortunate to be here at the "The Art of the Short Game".

If you have ever wondered why the top players make chipping look so easy, it is not just the time they spend practising, it is because they have the correct technique, with this technique comes the ability to control flight and spin, once you control spin, your visualisation and imagination can be used correctly. Once these components fall in to place you will begin to understand"Feel".

Since his retirement in 2006 Mark has turned his knowledge into an art of transforming golfers pitching, chipping and bunker play, his simple methods and demonstrations have had immediate success with many of the best players at the highest level. As a result this has won him huge praise from the media and his pupils.

Since his retirement in 2006 Mark has and is currently working with Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter, Justin Rose, Darren Clarke, Ross Fisher, Franceso & Edoardo Molinari, Nicolas Colsaerts, Nick Dougherty, Paul McGinley, Soren Hansen, Marcel Siem, Ross McGowan, Marc Warren, Thomas Bjorn, Steve Webster, Richard Finch and others. He has turned his knowledge into an art of transforming golfers pitching, chipping and bunker play, his simple methods and demonstrations have had immediate success with many of the best players at the highest level. As a result this has won him huge praise from the media and his pupils.

"During the Open at Carnoustie, Mark Roe, a former European Tour colleague of Westwood's, started to help out with his chipping. It was the glaring weakness in Westwood's game and Roe, a highly rated short-game exponent, believed he knew how to fix it. Roe was right: Westwood's chipping is now unrecognisable from what it was."

"Justin Rose came to Mark just 18 months before his US Open Victory the rest is history!"

This advice and demonstration is not restricted to the games leading players, it is available to everyone.

Here is your opportunity to learn "one on one" from a player who is considered by his peers to be one of the finest exponents of the short game, indeed in 2004/2005/2006 Mark was statistically the best bunker player in the world.

Thank you for visting "The Art of the Short Game"
. I look forward to meeting you and helping you improve your short game.