How to Improve Your Golf Game

How to Improve Your Golf Game

by William Stockton

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Table of Contents

Lesson #1 - Basics of the game - Putting
Lesson #2 - Basics of the game - Driving
Lesson #3 - What golf equipment should you buy?
Lesson #4 - How much should you spend on your golf hobby?
Lesson #5 - What are the rules?
Lesson #6 - Should you hire a golf pro to teach you the game?
Lesson #7 - How to practice effectively
Lesson #8 - Practice good etiquette?
Lesson #9 - Know your course: Weather conditions
Lesson #10 - Know your course: Greens
Lesson #11 - Know your course: Fairways
Lesson #12 - Know your course: Tees
Lesson #13 - Know your course: Hazardous areas
Lesson #14 - Know your equipment
Lesson #15 - What do doctors have to say about golf

Lesson #1 - Basics of the game - Putting

Putting is an essential, if not the most important, factor in playing golf. This is where the game is decided. Nerves of steel and lots of practice are needed to master the art of putting. Even professional golfers feel the pressure when it’s time to putt and the game is on the line. Here are some tips to learn and improve on your putting.

First thing to do would be to take practice strokes next to the golf ball. This would help you feel the needed rhythm in putting the ball. You will need to do this as you don’t want your shot to be too awkward or too strong.

Try to have some marker to help you focus and help you with proper alignment of your putt. A marker is where you will aim the ball as you putt. The position of this marker is dependent on the terrain of the golf course

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013235519
Publisher: John McCabe
Publication date: 10/26/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 114 KB

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