Self-isolation golf: Tim Barter on how to improve your game at home
By Sky Sports Golf
Last Updated: 14/04/20 2:41pm
How can you continue to work on your golf game when courses are closed and you're being told to stay at home? Tim Barter has the answer!
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The sporting shutdown has made practicing more difficult for both professional and amateur golfers, with golf courses and ranges across the country shut indefinitely and people being told to self-isolate due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Although facilities and space to practice may be limited for most, that doesn't mean that you can't work on your golf game and fine-tune your technique without the need to leave the house!
Barter, who has previously helped amateur golfers during live masterclasses and demonstrations on Sky Sports Golf, has launched a new mini Instagram series to offer some ways to still get some golf in during the enforced break.
From using cushions in the living room to help improve ball-striking to getting creative in the garden to enhance flexibility and your swing, Barter has produced a few quick and simple drills for you to try from the comfort of your own home.
Can you make yourself a better golfer before you're allowed to return to the golf course? Try "Tim's stay at home golf tips" on the Sky Sports Golf Instagram page (@SkySportsGolf) and see for yourself!