Stephen Moriarty first swung a golf club when he was 10. Thirty years later, he’s now the director of Leadbetter Golf Academies (LGA) Southeast Asia and oversees the school’s operations in Indonesia, Vietnam and Singapore. We picked the golfing mind of the senior instructor, who is now based at Laguna National, to find out what are the four most important things to take note of during the driver swing, chipping around the greens, and playing in the bunker.


Improving your short game

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Driver swing

Add more yards to your big stick.

Bunker play

Get out of trouble with ease.

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