Golfing Tips That Will Make Your Opponents Quiver! (5)
Golfing Tips That Will Make Your Opponents Quiver!
While it would be ideal to be an expert in golf or make a hole-in-one with ease, most golfers would agree that the sport requires know how and practice! Both take time! Following are some quick tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your game.
Focus on the target. When you release the club, straighten out your arms as you hit the golf ball. Once you have done this, allow momentum of the swing to to continue until your hands are up quite high. While watching the ball in the air, hold the follow-through. When practicing, try not to force this motion, rather use your momentum to help your swing.
Before you start your next round, don’t spend too much time on the range. Many new golfers will hit a large bucket before they play, thinking that it will help them for the next five hours of playing. The reality is that taking too many swings on the range will eventually tire you out, leaving your arms fatigued on the back nine.
You do not need a set of professional grade clubs with all the accessories to begin to learn to play the sport of golf. First of all, golf is expensive. As you get better, reward yourself with more expensive clubs and accessories, but to begin, just get a good set of clubs.
Learn to compete with yourself before you compete with others and you will win more often! Golf can be incredibly frustrating as you well know and we often anticipate that frustration repeatedly, affecting our ability to play well. Learn what your best techniques and most suitable styles are before playing against others and you should be able to vastly improve upon your game, thereby creating a more worthy opponent of yourself.
One extremely common problem with putting in golf is head movement messing up the delicate technique necessary for a consistent small hit. Try to practice keeping your head completely still well after making impact with the ball, so that when you do the real deal, you don’t move your head out of nervousness.
Everyone wants to be able to one or two putt the green instead of the old three putt. Usually this occurs when the first putt is just not fundamentally sound. This can happen when during a long putt you are concentrating on accuracy instead of distance. Aim near the hole and concentrate on distance. Then, you will have a better chance of actually being closer and can hit your next putt.
One thing that holds women back as golfers, is the fact that they are multi-taskers by nature and by demand. Because women are so used to having to think of a million things at once, it is very difficult for them to attain the singleness of purpose needed for successful golf. Taking up yoga and meditation may help a woman attain a state of quiet mind that will improve her golf game.
Hopefully, the tips and tricks above will help you to quickly get back to your game. Take the time to apply the practical suggestions given! No doubt, you will be glad you did when you make that dream shot, hole-in-one! Until that time, continue learning and practicing to be that expert golfer!