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Trick shot maestro David Edwards conjures up tricks on

The record breaking trick shot maestro David Edwards has teamed up with one of the UK´s most popular golf websites to reveal the technique behind some of his most famous golf trick shots.

Having just returned from China where he entertained the galleries at the Volvo China Open at Luxhills International Country Club in Chengdu, the Lincolnshire-based golf trick shot specialist has lifted the lid on the box of tricks that he has wowed galleries with around the world.

The series of instruction pieces and accompanying images include tips on how to hit the ball off a very high tee and off a brick, hitting the ball while kneeling and striking an extra long driver. The first two pieces are now available online in the Instruction News section of Further features will follow on May 6, 13 and 20. Video clips of the trick shot techniques will also be introduced.

“I am delighted to be able to share some of my secrets with visitors to and I hope this will help them to have even more fun playing golf,” said David. “My trick shots require a certain amount of skill and imagination but perfecting them requires hours of practice. The beauty of learning trick shots is that it teaches you new skills that can help you in your normal game.”

Bob Warters, Chief Editor of, said: “I have seen David’s show several times over the years and never cease to be astonished by it. Watching him pull off these shots inspires you to learn more about the game and improve your own technique. It is absolutely fascinating to see how he does it and I´m sure visitors to will relish the opportunity to try these shots for themselves.”

David is renowned around the world for his trademark “scissor shots.” He set the record at the Scottish Golf Show in 2010 by hitting 312 golf balls in three minutes. He is also well known for the range of original clubs he uses in his show which includes clubs with a shaft made of a hose pipe, a cricket bat, a fishing rod and one where the driver head is fitted at the end of a golf umbrella.

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