Top 100 Golf Tips For Every Golfer: Learn How To Improve On Your Game Of Golf! AAA+++ [NOOK Book]

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8. Go for smaller golf courses at first.

There are golf courses that have 18 holes, while others have only 9 holes. Aside from that, each of the innings of these golf courses may also vary in terms of their sizes, as well as in...
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Top 100 Golf Tips For Every Golfer: Learn How To Improve On Your Game Of Golf! AAA+++

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8. Go for smaller golf courses at first.

There are golf courses that have 18 holes, while others have only 9 holes. Aside from that, each of the innings of these golf courses may also vary in terms of their sizes, as well as in their designs. Since you are still starting out in playing the game, choose the courses that are relatively smaller first. Aside from that, visit those that offer simpler obstacles.

9. Book hotels that have or are near a golf course.

When you go on a vacation with your family, try to book a hotel that has a golf course on its own, or at least near to one. You can also do this even on business trips, as long as you have spare time. By doing this, you would be able to try out other golf courses, which are designed differently from the ones you are used to in your place.

10. Read stories about successful golf players.

Reading stories about successful players in the game of golf can be done through magazines, or even through the internet. Doing this would inspire you more in playing the game. Aside from that, you can also gather ideas on how they are able to improve on their game and follow them.

11. Take note how professionals do it.

It is a good idea to visit golf courses where well known professionals enjoy the game. When you do that, you would be able to see them play golf. With that, you would be able to take note on how they would do their putting, how they execute a powerful swing, how they decide between the woods and the irons, and so on.

12. Eat a healthy diet.

Although playing golf would not require running, jumping, and, other types of activities, it is still best if you watch what you eat. This is because playing golf would still require a lot from you physically. Keep in mind that golf courses are very big pieces of land. Thus, you may often find yourself walking uphill or downhill in getting to the hole. With that, it is best if your diet can provide you with the energy that you need.
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  • BN ID: 2940016266572
  • Publisher: BDP
  • Publication date: 3/7/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 126 KB

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