It matters not, whether you are an established golfer or a novice, who thinks birdies and eagles are strictly for birdwatchers. Regardless of your skill level, find new ways to improve your golf game. Before you head out to the links, read these amazing golf tips and you might learn some things you didn’t know before.
When you are golfing, consider ditching the golf cart and walking. Walking from one hole to another gives you extra exercise, thus supplementing the health benefits of playing golf. Walking also warms your muscles and keeps you loose, which will help your game.
Correctly grip the club when you first learn to play golf is vital. Many people think gripping a club hard can make the ball go further. Try gripping soft, yet firm. One popular piece of advice given by instructors across the country is to envision that you are trying to keep hold on bird.
Try wiggling your toes to double-check your golfing posture. If your toes wiggle freely, your posture may be tilted too far back. You should lean into the ball so that your feet can move just a little bit, but not excessively.
You need to find your golf club’s “sweet spot.” This is a point on the club’s blade that propels the ball to where you want it to go every time it makes contact. Take the time to recognize where this ‘sweet spot’ can be found on each of your clubs in order to maximize your game.
Always stay focused on the next shot. Don’t allow the success or failure of previous shots or looming hazards distract you from the perfect shot in front of you. Getting hung up on a mistake you’ve made or celebrating a great shot for too long can ruin the rest of your game. Good or bad, it is in the past, so keep it there by putting it from your mind.
Now that you have taken the initiative to learn something new about the sport of golf, you can impress your golfing buddies (or that gorgeous pro shop attendant) with the information you’ve just picked up. Look for new ways to apply these skills to your current game, to make the game even more challenging and engaging.