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Golf Tip

Posted by Tony on February 1, 2013 at 3:02 AM

Improving and becoming amore consistent player is what everyone strives for in their golf game.

There are many ways to achieve this but one of the most effective ways is to take lessons. Instructors can do more than fix swing flaws; they can teach you new shots that you might not have heard of or tried before. Being able to use these shots will give you more options to choose from that could lead to shots being shaved off your score. Taking lessons with consistency (at least 3-4 times a month) will help keep bad habits from creeping into your swing. Getting feedback about what you are doing well and what needs to be worked on makes for better practice sessions when your instructor isn’t with you. Instead of trying to work on too many things at once, an instructor can help decide what is most important to work on at that point in your swing. As we all know, too many thoughts can lead to a frustrating round of golf.


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