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Golf Hideaway The New Home of The Hong Kong Golf School

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The Hong Kong Golf School is pleased to announce that Golf Hideaway is now the official home of the Hong Kong Golf School. Director of Golf Derek Crampton made the announcement at a packed press conference last Friday. “This is the first step in what is a full-scale plan to grow our golf school” said Mr. Crampton. “Golf Hideaway is …

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Hong Kong Golf Lesson Update

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It’s been a while since we’ve been in here and a lot has happened.  There are now a few more places for you to take golf lessons in Hong Kong. Asia Golf has closed down so there’s no more golf lessons in Hong Kong there.  However, there’s a large golf simulator center in Hong Kong that is open very near …

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Kau Sai Chau Playing Lessons – East Course Hole 5

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This weeks Hong Kong golf lesson is how to play Kau Sai Chau’s East Course Hole 5.  The 5th hole is the first let up on this rather difficult golf course in Hong Kong.  There’s a large ravine to carry, but from the white tees, the hole usually only plays 120-130 yards.  To clear the ravine is only around 100 …

Coaches, Clubs and More

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All Hong Kong golfers have to start somewhere and even the best golfers needed golfing lessons when they first hit the fairways. If you want to learn golf in Hong Kong there are plenty of places you can use whether with a Hong Kong golf coach or on your own. Here are a few tips on where and how to …

Balance in Your Golf Swing

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By Guest Hong Kong Golf Coach Richard Chen The Hong Kong golfer who’s taking golf lessons on Hong Kong Island must be balanced at address. In order to feel confident in your stance, your feet should be shoulder length apart and your knees should be slightly flexed. This is an athletic position and it will allow you to begin your …