Anstruther golf studio aims to drive down handicaps

Julie OttoJulie Otto
Julie Otto
Anstruther based PGA fellow professional golf coach, Julie Otto, has opened a new purpose-built indoor facility.

The facility includes a high-tech simulator which allows golfers to develop their skills and practice both on a simulated range and golf courses.

The Golf Studio, situated just nine miles from St Andrews, the Home of Golf, brings a unique dynamic to golf coaching, using cutting-edge technology.

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In the studio golfers will be able to work on their golf technique and skills in a warm and welcoming environment under the expert guidance of Julie.

Julie's studio boasts state of the art coaching equipmentJulie's studio boasts state of the art coaching equipment
Julie's studio boasts state of the art coaching equipment

Julie, owner of The Golf Studio, said: “I am very excited to be opening The Golf Studio.

“This facility together with my particular coaching methodology represents a unique offering for all golfers looking to improve their game.

“As we go into the winter months this is an ideal opportunity for golfers to come in to The Golf Studio for some tailored one-to-one coaching to help improve their game.

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“Whilst we continue to see the challenges that COVID presents, we are operating with stringent hygiene and social distancing measures, ensuring the welfare of clients at all times.”

Julie Otto is an accomplished golf coach and a Fellow of the Professional Golfers’ Association.

She not only has had a successful amateur playing career, but has also been involved in many aspects of the game’s administration.

Julie won national and international titles including the Ladies’ British Open Amateur Championship, Ladies’ British Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship, the English Ladies’ Amateur Championship, the Spanish Amateur Championship and the Australian Amateur Championship during the period from 1987 to 1996.

To find out more about the new Golf Studio, please visit

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