Saturday, July 21, 2007

Indo Golf Magazine

Justin Tang Golf was recently featured in the July edition of Indo Golf Magazine (, a widely circulating golf publication in Indonesia.

Christophe Starts with the End

With Christophe, we used our "Start with the End" concept to create this INSTANT change in impact alignments.


Our "under-shafted" drill helped Anne get her optimum impact alignments back after a long layoff. This drill is part of our "Negative Feedback" and "Mental Imagery" learning concept that is taking the local golf scene by storm and giving golfers hope that they too can play the best golf of their lives CONSISTENTLY.

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Congratulations - HSBC Golf Challenge 2007 Champion

Justin Tang Golf wishes to extend a hearty congratulation to one of its students, Lim Chee Chein.

The 51 year young systems engineer who plays off 12.2 bested a stellar field at the HSBC Golf Challenge 2007 with a gross score of 3-over par 75 under the Stableford Individual Double Perioa system.

Said the champion: "I blew my first hole when I drove into the trees on the right and three-putted for a triple bogey, I thought it was all over."

Besides winning an all-expenses-paid trip for two to watch golfing superstars such as Vijay Singh, Sergio Garcia et al at the HSBC Champions Tournament in Shanghai from 8 to 11 Nov, he also wins a special lesson package from Justin Tang Golf.

In the run-up to his victory, Lim had been working on his impact alignments and the plane of his swing. His success proves that age is not a barrier in a sport where it is widely held that age is a hurdle.

Next on his list of improvements to make is his putting despite having 5 birdies in a round where his putter "caught fire". It is this dedication to improvement that duly netted Lim the title of HSBC Golf Challenge Champion 2007.

Monday, July 9, 2007

How Long Does It Take You To Learn How To Kick A Ball?

As you may have noticed, we took a well deserved break from golf instruction for about 7 days.
In this period of time, we learnt some GROUND BREAKING instructional stuff that produced the following swing in 2 sessions.

Yes, I can hear the sarcasm, disbelief etc..."No, you made that up," "That can't be true, golf is too difficult."

If that is what you are saying, then

1) I don't have the time to make up these stories and neither am I the lying sort.

2) You will always get what you say, so if you are saying that golf is difficult then it will always be difficult. Think about it, how difficult can the game be if the ball is not moving??

3) The student is not 'smart' enough to reason with me about the golf swing etc...hey, the kid does not even know who the heck Ernie Els is nor read a golf magazine in his life.

4) It takes a heck lot of talent to produce such dramatic results in 2 sessions and of course the simplicity of The Golfing Machine.

5) To find out what technology was used to create such mind blowing results, call or email me. Afterall, how long did it take you to learn how to kick a ball?