Golfers are a demanding lot. We all want more distance in our drives. (Who wouldn’t want to step up to the tee and belt a 300-yard drive?) We want pinpoint accuracy, so we can put the ball right where … [Read more...]
Theory of the Natural Golf Swing
This is the first in a series of articles on the natural golf swing, an alternate theory of hitting a golf ball. Once a month we will review different aspects of the natural swing. In this article we … [Read more...]
Making Better Decisions Off The Tee
If you’re serious about improving your game, master the driver. Not only is it one of the key scoring clubs in your bag, it’s also the club you probably use most often to start a hole and the club … [Read more...]
Perfecting Your Chip Shot
When it comes to perfecting your chip shot, I see it all the time with players who come to me for golf lessons. Players don’t progress fast enough and they get discouraged. They stop golf … [Read more...]
Hillwalking in Scotland: Bag Some Munros
Hillwalking in Scotland is among the best. For more experienced walkers, the Scottish hills and mountains present a challenge, for the inexperienced, a good place to start. The ideal time for … [Read more...]
Hiking In Scotland: This Is Possibly The Best Way To See The Country!
For keen walkers, hiking in Scotland is the ideal way to see the best of the country, so why not escape to the hills and experience some of our exhilarating mountain walks. It's also the ideal … [Read more...]
Walking Scotland: The Great Glen Way
The Great Glen Way is one of Scotlands' great and most popular walks that will take you through forest tracks and round beautiful lochs from Fort William to Inverness. This walk was opened in … [Read more...]
Walking Scotland On The West Highland Way: A Trail Of Beautiful Scenery!
Walk Scotland on the West Highland Way. Our longest walking route takes you on a magical journey of discovery, a trail of beautiful scenery, and a challenge to inspire. Here we'll look at the … [Read more...]
Cycling In Scotland: On Yer Bike!
Cycling in Scotland has become more popular than ever recently. Not so much on our roads I hasten to add, but with our great cycling tracks it's easy to understand why. Aye, "on yer bike" is … [Read more...]