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Golf Basics For Newbies

If you have decided to take up golf as a hobby you will be rewarded with the benefits of fresh air, exercise, and the addition of many new friends and acquaintances. Like any project you approach in life your attitude and expectations will determine your enjoyment of the game. Take stock of your personal traits. Are you overly competitive? If you are, remember the road to a low handicap is littered with bad shots, bunkers, water hazards and triple digit scores on your round. You will invest a ........ Read More

Golf-beginner Basics I

The popularity of golf has increased tremendously over the past forty five years, giving us champions like Arnold Palmer, Greg Norman, and Tiger Woods, and world-renowned courses like Pinehurst, Augusta National and the Blue Monster at Doral. Why has golf become so popular? It’s the opportunity to be outside, to get a good whole body workout, network with friends or business colleagues at a leisurely pace, and to play a game that you can never perfect. Your scorecard, over time........ Read More

Basics Of Golf Swing Instruction…go With Exercises

Golf swing instruction starts with an understanding of the different segments of the golf swing. Understanding the golf swing segments will give anybody a firm foundation to learn all the tricks of the trade from others and thus be able to understand any golf swing instruction aimed at helping them improve their game. There are actually three segments to the golf swing. The segments are the backswing, the downswing and finally the impact and follow through. Dividing the swing into these 3 segm........ Read More

Golf Basics - About Greens

Knowing how to drive and putt are not the only things you need to learn about playing golf. Golf being an outdoor activity you play on a living portion of land, and as in everything else out of doors, Mother Nature loves to play this game. Grasses are different; you might encounter a plush putting green or a weed patch with little growth at all. The putt can be altered by the texture, length and texture of the grass, and how much grass is actually there. A true golfer doesnt play only o........ Read More

The Basics Of Buying Ladies Golf Clubs Part 1

Ladies are at a disadvantage when it comes to putting together a set of golf clubs that fits them well and from which they can get the most out of their games. The reason is that there are few choices in normal off-the-shelf ladies golf clubs. With typically less than 10% of sales for a golf club company coming from ladies golf clubs, there are simply few choices in club styles, shaft flex, swing weights, or lofts normally available in most golf shops. An exception to this is the excellent lin........ Read More

Golf - Beginner Basics V Putting

"Drive for show, putt for dough" is the lesson we’ve all seen and learned from watching professional golfers in every tournament and championship. The masters of golf can drive a ball from here to eternity, but it all boils down to how many strikes of the ball it takes to put the ball in the hole. The long accurate drives don’t amount to anything if you’re unable to putt accurately. Choosing a putter is important, but using whatever putter you have consistently is more so. I........ Read More

The Basics Of Learning Golf

Among all the ball games around, golf has been perceived as one of the most difficult. The reason being lies in the many talented and well-known sportsmen around which showcase talent like suggesting that the game leaves no room for novices and not-so-good but interested individuals. Valid a reason as it may seem, the game in fact is not as difficult as one sees it and is as easy as 1, 2, 3. However, just like any other games available, understanding the rule of the game, the tactics by which ........ Read More

Golf - Beginner Basics Iv The Short Game

We’ve all the seen the long accurate drives of Tiger Woods. The ball flies through the air and lands in the middle of the fairway, 300 yards away. The green-eyed monster of envy consumes us as we wonder if we could ever hope to drive like that. Fortunately, long drives are not the be-all-end-all game of golf. Enter the short game. Without good short game skills, all the long drives are for naught. The short game is those shots that get us onto the green from about one hundred........ Read More

The Basics Of Ball Position And Golf Swing

If you want to make a great shot, you have to have it all set up just right. The alignment of your shot is just as important as the power of your swing. The ball position is a really important part of getting set up to make your shot. The basics of ball position in your golf swing are as follows: - Short irons: If you're going to use a wedge, 9-iron or 8-iron, you should put the ball right in front of you, as close to halfway between your feet as possible. The idea is that, in order to mak........ Read More

Golf Course Equipment Basics: Winter Storage

Small engine vehicles, like golf carts, lawn mowers and trucksters, need the same care and maintenance as a car or truck. Owners tend to forget that putting a golf cart or mower away for the winter requires the same care as if you were planning to store a vehicle for an extended amount of time. Too often carts are stored away in some corner of the garage without much thought given to how well they will start up when the weather improves. Golf cart owners figure that hiding them away in a shed........ Read More

Golf Club Shafts And Grips: The Basics

If you are new to the game of golf, or if you simply don't know too much about the game in general, there are several areas that you should understand before you decide to step out onto the green. Some of the important things you need to understand include golf club shafts and grips. These two parts of your golf club can either make or break your golf game. After all, how can one possibly play a good game of golf without having a properly and well-made shaft and grip? So, let's take a closer ........ Read More

Golf - Beginner Basics Ii What To Keep In Your Golf Bag.

There are many golf bags available, some designed for fashion, some for utility and some that combine both features. There are big bags, bigger bags and bags so big that they would keep everything I need for a long weekend vacation in one of the side pockets! Generally speaking, you need a bag just large enough to hold your clubs, extra balls, your glove, tees, car keys, extra pencils, ball markers, a ball retriever, sunscreen, a windbreaker and a large umbrella. It is also a good........ Read More

Golf Basics – Learn To Turn

One of the biggest challenges for beginning golfers and an area of constant attention for low handicap golfers as well as professionals is consistency in their swing. For someone just beginning to learn and apply the mechanics of the golf swing, one of the most important concepts to get on the right track with right from the get-go is to learn that the golf swing is a rotation of the shoulders and the hips not the forearms and hands. In short, when learning the basic golf swing, learn to turn. ........ Read More

Golf Basics – One Golf Grip At A Time

I would like to focus the jest of this article on the basis of the golf swing… the grip. With spring in the air and golf on our minds let’s get this year off to a good start by not overlooking the basics. Unquestionably the biggest mistake I see in people’s golf swing isn’t in their golf swing itself. Nope. Not at all. More often than not the mistakes happen before the swing even begins. The first mistake is made in how the golfer holds the golf club. After that the next mistake usu........ Read More

The Basics Of Buying Ladies Golf Clubs Part 2

Irons Golfers with slower swings should take the following into consideration when choosing their irons. First of all, you should probably have a 6 or 7 iron as your longest iron club. Only carry a 5 or even a 6 iron if you can hit it confidently and consistently. Most people with slow swings cannot accomplish this. Higher number fairway woods and hybrids will replace the long irons. Another consideration is a wide sole that is rounded to prevent from digging more into the ground and slowing th........ Read More


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