26th March 2021

Swing technique



26th March 2021
04:00 PM

age range



All levels



On this course the objectives to give all attendees a swing overhaul to ensure maximum opportunity for improvement in the near future. Everyone has some areas which break down and cause many points to be lost and often opponents to target these areas specifically. So we need to build a technique which holds together in all areas and has the ability to execute all the main shots with ease.


✅  The key foundaions of technique
✅  Tips and tricks used on the professionals to correct technical weaknesses
✅  Practice routines to make changes in the swing
✅ Anaylsis of the worlds best players and how to relate this to the amateur player
✅ Coordinating  the movement and the swing

Timings: 4-5pm uk time
Dates: Weekly Fridays March 26th March – 16th April

Format and content 

  • Course coach: Hadrian Stiff
  • 4 x 1 hour Zoom call live workshops
  • 10 players maximum per course 
  • Tutorial videos to download and keep
  • Practice lesson plan and how to PDF documents 

Cost £75

I wasn’t sure how well the virtual learning would work, however having completed both your workshops I have been blown away with what I have learnt. I have found I have learnt more over these workshops, than the on court coaching I have previously received. Even though the workshop was on movement & tactics the biggest points I have taken away is on the mindset (growth & fixed), balance and cost vs efficiency for my movement’ Arjun Patel‘ – movement and tactics online courses 


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