We asked the driving experts at Circuit Paul Armagnac in Nogaro, Gers about motorsport here in France. This is what they had to say.
John Cook continues his “whole in one” series with a look at these specific techniques to improve your golf game. What’s the difference between chipping and pitching? Chip shots are normally played from within 10 yds of the putting surface. Pitch shots are played from approximately 50 yds and closer. He shares his expertise about how to improve both types of shot.
John Cook continues his “whole in one” series on improving your golf with these great insights. There’s always something that golfers think they need. A new putter, new driver, etc., but there’s only one thing that all golfers want and that’s to play the game better.
“Don’t give up on your cycling – cycle indoors!” That’s the advice of Jase Alexander, experienced club cyclist.
The rolling countryside, beautiful valleys, Atlantic coast, lush forests, signed trails and glorious lakes mean that our region is heaven for horses and their riders.
Guy Sheridan, manager at GoodTurn Cycles in Eymet, explains what eBikes are all about.
Indoor table sports are an ideal way to keep fit and out of the rain and wind, especially that winter is here.
Squash and Lawn Bowls. From one end of the velocity scale to another? Maybe, but both squash and bowls require dexterity, determination and practice
Cycling the roads of SW France is something that Jase Alexander, experienced club cyclist, knows a lot about.
Women’s football has never had a higher profile, with the recent Women’s World Cup, held in France this summer, being the biggest ever.
Wherever, whenever and however you swim, it’s great exercise, great fun and can seriously lift your spirits
Having a Ball in SW France takes a look at tennis, pétanque and golf to help you keep your eye on the ball when it comes to fitness and fun.
Jenny Michell and Keith Pantlin describe themselves as a pair of ageing but energetic Australians and have been walking around different parts of France for nearly 20 years. Randonnées can encompass relatively short walks or major routes of several hundred kilometres.
Linda Lewis is a National Coach for the International Nordic Walking Federation (INWA) and tells us a little more about the sport.
Jase Alexander, experienced club cyclist, helps us to extend our bike rides with a bit of fun, training and improved motivation
Wouter Koziolek of www.lotexperience.com is a keen fisherman and tells us how to “get a bite”.
We asked Ashleigh Swift, an 18-year old rugby player and referee to highlight how the women’s game is progressing here in SW France
Tom Smith, a Scotland International Rugby Union Player who also represented the British and Irish Lions and has been a rugby coach, lives in our region. He gave us this insight into rugby in this area of France.
Some people may think that fishing in winter is strange but we know different…. Whatever the season though, this article will help to get you started.
Written by John Cook, Level 5 and European tour coach, past English Amateur Champion, past European Tour Player, past England under 18 National Coach, past Thailand National Coach, and Managing Director of mygolfclub.org.uk, one of the largest golf memberships in the World.
Following on from the last article where we talked about choosing your bike and obtaining a good fit, here Jase Alexander, an experienced club cyclist, looks at your cycling apparel and accessories.
John Cook, professional golfer, is well qualified on the subject of golf. Here he looks at the game as a whole.
We asked Jase Alexander, a keen club cyclist, for tips on how to literally “get on our bikes” and enjoy the sport. Bicycles come in all shapes and sizes, as do their riders.