10 Basic Ways to Improve your Golf Game

By: Tenna Merchent on September 6th, 2012
  1. Watch good players and tournaments. People learn by imitation. When a husband and wife come to one of our professionals, they often have very similar swings. They’ve imitated each other unconsciously.
  2. Don’t watch struggling players. You don’t want to imitate their swings.
  3. Practice.
  4. Practice on the driving range, in your living room, or even your backyard. You don’t have to leave your home to get quality practice.
  5. Focus when you practice. It’s much better to spend ten minutes and concentrate on what you’re doing than spend an hour just whacking balls.
  6. If you’re hitting a bucket of balls, take breaks.
  7. Think about what you’re doing, and rest when you’re tired and frustrated.
  8. Don’t wear sun glasses when you play golf. They impair your depth perception. Most professional golfers don’t wear them as a result.
  9. Try walking the course. The tour players always walk. There’s a reason. It gives you much more time to concentrate on your next shot. And it actually improves the speed with which you play.
  10. Have a professional videotape your swing, then watch it, and analyze it.

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