GOLFING entertainer Noel Hunt will give daily performances at the golf exhibition which starts today. Famous for trick shots that include hitting a ball 200 metres off a 1.5-metre-high tee and blasting a ball down the fairway with a club head attached to a rubber hose, the Englishman has travelled the world entertaining the galleries at some of the game's biggest events. A former touring pro, Hunt said his 30-to 45-minute exhibitions combined trick shots with teaching the game's basics. 'I've always perceived myself as a teacher and my main message is one of control,' he said. 'I'm neither a witch doctor, as they thought I was in Africa, nor a trick shot artist. I teach the basics with a bit of fun along the way.' Using Charlie Chaplin-style routines to inject some fun into his exhibitions, Hunt also entertains with spot-on imitations of some of golf's biggest names such as Seve Ballesteros and John Daly. He said there was no secret to his assortment of trick shots other than years' of practice. 'If you examine my clubs closely, they are all simple pieces of equipment. 'One shaft is made out of a rubber hose; another has its shaft sawn off at the bottom and its head connected to rest of the club with a piece of wire. 'It's a simple process,' he said.