Launch of New Best Golf Instruction Website for Experienced and Beginner Golfers Alike

Free content very often does not mean good content, but in the case of, the brain child of an Irish low handicap golfer, free is great. Ian Hayes's website delivers over 100 pages of free e-courses, product reviews and tips and drills. Ian aims to cover every subject that golfers would like to improve on, from curing a slice to golf alignment.

Listowel, Ireland, July 09, 2011 --( Ian Hayes is an excellent golfer in his own right, but like any good golfer, he was browsing the new media in order to learn more. The first thing he noticed was that there was a a lot of free yet unhelpful sites out there, as well as excellent yet expensive membership sites. He decided to create his own site - free but full of useful information, downloads and drills. After many months of writing and taking photographs, is now online.

Ian has added many pages on various subjects such as how to prepare mentally and physically in order to play to your best during competitions, how to cure a slice and add distance to your drives and how to break 100 for the less experienced golfer. Readers can also subscribe to Par for the Course, a monthly newsletter with a distinct Irish flavour that allows Ian to communicate with his readership on a more personal level.

"I am delighted to offer this resource to fellow golfers. This website will continue to grow and offer many more exciting e-courses. Readers tell me what they would like to see, and I will deliver - features on pre-match nutrition have been created due to reader demand." - Ian Hayes, best-golf-instruction website's author.

Ian will announce competitions through his newsletters and further press releases as and when they happen. And while Ian plays in the renowned Ballybunion Golf Course in the South West of the Emerald Isle, his focus is truly global as evidenced by his large American following.

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