An important thing to know about yourself is how you learn golf.
Whether learning the game of chess, painting, or even cooking we all learn differently. Knowing how you learn golf makes it easier when trying new things. We’re going to discuss the four basic types of learning: visual, feel, technical, and auditory. Continue reading Golf – It’s All in How You Learn
Haven’t we all gone to the driving range with a bag of balls, hitting shot after shot without seriously pausing between shots? A great golf tip is patience during your practice. This will make for a better practice!
Have you ever been to a PGA tournament? Continue reading Golf Tip Practice Patience
I have been inspired by Shannon’s Sunday Lesson “Putting – The Key to Finish Golf Well” to talk a little about the importance of proper posture. I learned a simple trick that will keep your posture perfect every time.
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It doesn’t matter how far you hit the ball if you have to three, four, or five putt once you’re on the green, the advantage of that long drive is lost. You have to finish golf well, the Putting Tip is key.
“A good player who is a great putter is a match for any golfer. A great hitter who cannot putt is a match for no one.”
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Sometimes we just need to get back to basics. Golf basics that is. We forget the fundamentals that we started with when trying a new swing and mess up what we had. That happened to me.
It was a beautiful summer day. Cleve and I were playing golf with my wonderful father-in-law, who is a very good golfer. He takes the game serious but you wouldn’t know it because he’s always the one smiling and laughing. Anyone who plays with him knows they’ll have a good time no matter how they score.
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