Friday, March 24, 2017

Guide To Golf For Beginners

Golf is a strategic game where you do not need power alone. You will need strategy and lots of practice to execute a golf swing. This is because a golf swing takes time to master. For beginners, you will need to understand the concept of the game and practice until you improve your handicap, lower your score and execute a good swing.

Golf is both technical, strategically and a different kind of game where it is possible for you to play it while doing business at the same time.

This is because scholarly and rich individuals who may possibly do good to your business commonly play this game, thus learning golf is imperative if you want to be successful in your business as well.

Anyway, so much for commercial reasons, this article is to give you a guide to begin your journey into golfing fun.

What do you need to play golf?

  • Understanding of the game
  • Proper equipment
  • Patience
  • Practice

I do not want to be too technical about it, my mission is to help you start and improve your golf game. Read on and have an open mind.

Understanding the game

You will need to know that your goal is to send the ball to the hole. However, you may ask why then do players take so much time on the tee? This is because you will need to learn the swing to send the ball to the hole.

The golf course has many holes you need to cover and the distance between each hole could be somewhere from 100 to 600 yards. You will need to learn how to swing the ball, possibly reach the level of hitting the ball to travel at 100 KPH. To do this you will need to practice.

Proper equipment

One equipment you need to be comfortable with is your golf club. Do you wonder why a golf bag contains numerous golf clubs? This is not only to give the caddy a job; it is because in one single game, you will need all the different kinds of golf club. Types of golf club necessary to play a golf game are the putter, iron, wood, wedge and the driver.

All of them play a particular part in the game and you will need to understand how each of them work.

Let me tell you at this point that many beginners mistakably purchase costly golf clubs and this is not necessary. You only need a golf club that you will be comfortable with, thus if you must buy, buy your golf clubs intelligently.

Patience

You will need to give fluidity to your swing and if you are angry, frustrated or too excited, you will not be able to deliver the swing that will lead to the hole. Patience is therefore necessary; you may be mad at your poor swing but take time to relax and try again.

Practice

There is no overnight success in golf. Thus, to execute that perfect swing, you will need to practice. Practice without the ball and practice with the ball. You may be able to execute the swing perfectly without the ball, but executing it with the ball can make the difference. Thus, you will need a lot of practice to perform that swing you see on tournaments.

I hope that the above will help you begin playing golf. Have fun and see you on the green.


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