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What Are The Do’s And Don’ts Of Learning Golf?

Golf is one of the most elite sports in the world. But when you start as a newbie, it can be a tad bit overwhelming for you. To make this daunting feeling go easy on you, pay heed to these do’s and don’ts to be on a safer side.

First things first

  1. Do begin practicing on a practicing range, not directly on the golf course. This is because the range is the best place to begin with and is equipped with Best All Weather Heavy Duty Practice Net. It is a low pressured spot and you can play for as long as you want to.
  2. Don’t worry about anyone else at the range. Every professional was once a newbie. There is no judgment.

When you are serious about the game and make it through the first session

  1. Don’t let your spouse be your coach. This is a straightforward recipe that will distract you from the game.
  2. Do collaborate with an expert to teach you on proper swing foundation.

But if you want to go DIY on the swing thing, follow these steps:

  1. Do learn the proper way to grip the club.
  2. Don’t keep your head down and still at all times via impact. Let it be in flow with the rest of your body.
  3. Do bend from your hips by all means.
  4. Don’t bend from your knees ever.
  5. Do get your leading shoulder under your chin and end with your face, chest, and hips.
  6. Don’t be flat footed when impacted.
  7. Do focus on short games by chipping and putting before you head to the longer irons.

Always have company

  1. Do collaborate with friends to learn with you and make it a grandiose milestone achieved. After the game you can celebrate with a few drinks at a bar. Golf is truly hard work, everyone deserves a celebration.

Investing in equipment

  • Do purchase a glove. Many people prefer playing without one. Additionally, a naked palm surely needs some protection.

  • Don’t worry about purchasing your own equipment until you become stable in swinging.
  • Do invest in some high quality golf attire.
  • Don’t invest in head covers for your irons.

When you are ready to head to the golf course

  1. Don’t try to practice on the course until you get the ball airborne.
  2. Do play as swiftly as possible. Be ready with your shot when your turn arrives.