“Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated.” -Arnold Palmer
While golf can be frustrating, having a plan and committing to practice drills to improve your game reduces the unpleasantries of each round. We’ve researched several golfing websites to share tips that should help you take shots off your game and improve your overall performance.
We’ve seen this first tip repeatedly on several sites. Learn to play strategically! Strategic golfers think their way around the course. Have a plan when you step up to the tee. Understand your limitations and judge the process, not the outcome. Read More
Playing the right golf ball is as essential as any other piece of equipment in your bag. This article from Golfsmith takes materials and other considerations into account when it comes to choosing the best ball for your game.
If you’re feeling totally lost on the tee, you need a swing key that combats a lot of potential problems. Try keeping your arms swinging at a constant speed through the ball and all the way to the finish. Many golfers swing to the ball and stop; they “throw” the club at the ball. This can lead to misses of all kinds, so picking the proper correction can be confusing. If you keep up your arm speed, you’ll create good rhythm and flow through impact. Read More
Chipping vs. Pitching
Many golfers grab a sleeve of balls, go to the putting green and hit putts of random length and break until they feel they have finished their lap. You need to have a strategy for getting better, and that means going to a teacher who can give you the tools you need because he or she is trained to teach putting and to fit you for a putter. According to industry data, fewer than 10 percent of golf lessons are on putting, so choose wisely. Read More
We hope these tips help improve your game!