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September

A Day in the life | Matt Edwards

The ‘original’

Matt Edwards joined FairWeather Golf at the beginning to deliver instruction on our RoboGolfPro at our state-of-the-art facility in Camberley. He now heads up all Golfing Operations at our Camberley site.

He has been with FairWeather from the beginning. Matts passion to help others play better golf comes from his own experiences with instruction as an accomplished junior and amateur player. Having moved to live in Spain at the age of 12 he played at the highest level of amateur golf representing his club and county at a national level in both junior and adult championships across the country.

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Justin Rose

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September

Is having the new world number one Justin Rose in your team a good thing for team Europe

Justin Rose, New World Number One.

Justin Rose has become world number one for the first time having finished second place in the BMW Championship in Philadelphia.

He is now the fourth English to achieve the accomplishment, after Sir Nick Faldo, Lee Westwood, and Luke Donald.

His second place finish in Philadelphia comes off the back of another one a week earlier in the Dell Technologies Championship, where RoboGolfPro’s favourite son Bryson DeChambeau beat him by two shots.

Justin Rose a local lad.

Despite being born in Johannesburg, South Africa, to English parents. Justin

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Team Europe

05

September

Team Europe | Our thoughts?

Team Europe

The US has now named three of his wild-card picks for the Ryder cup (we nailed that one), with the fourth to be announced on Monday. So, as today is the Team Europe announcement we thought best to wrap up our thoughts on who will be going to Le Golf National in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.

The Captain

To be fair Bjorn is a relatively underwhelming captain for Team Europe. Do you agree? With no major wins during his career and just 15 wins under his belt on the European Tour, he now

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Ryder Cup Jim Furyk

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August

Are the US Ryder cup team the Invincibles

Are the USA the Invincibles 2018?

Not many teams have come to be knows as the Invincibles.  Today we ask, do you think the US team look unstoppable this year?

Only eight of the 12 spots on the United States’ Ryder Cup team are officially spoken for. Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Patrick Reed, Bubba Watson, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Webb Simpson are the players guaranteed to represent the red, white and blue at Le Golf National in the end of September.

Today’s blog looks at the

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Reeves Wheedon

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August

A Day in the life: Reeves Weedon

The man who wrote the book

Reeves Weedon joined FairWeather Golf a month ago to head up instruction on our RoboGolfPro at Greenwich Peninsula.

He joined us with an accomplished CV including two publications ‘the lower body golf swing’ and ‘phase 7: powerful ball striking made simple,’ as well as becoming a master instructor of “The Golf Machine” (the PGA’s own blueprint for the golf swing) one of only two PGA Instructiors to achieve the accolade in Europe.

Today we ask Reeves a few questions about his first month at FairWeather Golf.

Why did you choose to

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US PGA

09

August

FairWeather Golf US PGA Blog

Rose ‘flying blind’ at PGA open

Justin Rose says he is starting the US PGA Championship “semi-blind” having not played a practice round at Bellerive because of a back injury.

The 38-year-old Englishman, ranked third in the world, withdrew from the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational last week.

“It’s been a different preparation for me,” he said. “But it’s all been about trying to be ready for Thursday.”

“Going home and getting some, not just physical rest, but mental rest, could be a benefit.”

With a good performance Rose could reach world no1. What do you think?

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Five Things Molinari

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July

Five Things We Noticed During The Open

Five things we noticed during the Open.

Whilst those around were dropping shots left and right, Molinari stayed solid, hit consistently down the middle of the fairways and, finally found his putting in order to secure his first major win of his career. Assistant PGA Professional Jonny Fleming spent 4 days at the Open (you may have seen some of his videos on Faceboo) so today we take a look at Five things we noticed at this years open. Let us know what you think? Comment below.

The Pre-Open Stats don’t lie!

Francesco Molinari had dropped hints

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The Open Championship

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July

Open Championship

The Open Championship

The Open Championship has begun at Carnoustie Golf Links in Angus Scotland. And, with the weather continuing to remain hot and dry, we look at how the pro’s have spent the week discussing tee trajectory and ball flight and why that may help them even more than ever.

Trajectory

“It is mainly about trajectory. You can get the same numbers with different trajectories. That’s what is going to be important, how hot you want the ball coming into the fairways.” states Tiger Woods in a recent interview. With hot/dry ground the ball is

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McIlory The Open

03

July

10 things to expect in the Open

10 Things to expect to see in the Open.

With the Open just over 2 weeks away we have pulled together some of the obvious things to expect to see during the 4 days of coverage. Let us know what you expect to see in the comments below?

Someone will have a melt-down.

Whether it’s a Spieth 2016 master’s style or a Mickelson sprinting across the green, someone is likely to have bad round and cause a scene. The course is as tough as they come and following the recent bout of

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Mickelson

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June

Mickelson right or wrong Fairweather Golf Blog

Phil Mickelson – How would you interpret his putting a moving ball on the 13th at recent The US Open?

Phil Mickelson reiterated Monday night that he is sorry for his actions on the third day of the U.S. Open. He also hopes that there will come a time when everyone will be able to laugh about it. But, today Fairweather Golf want to know what you think about it?

Firstly, let’s take a look.

As any keen golfer who watches golf knows, the US Open is notorious for being set up extremely

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