Simple Tips to Improve Your Golf
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Topic: Simple Tips to Improve Your Golf
Posted: 19 Aug 2012 at 8:21pm
I know golf is a competitive game but you must try and enjoy it. Remember golf is after all a leisure game. Try and play to a pace you are comfortable with and remember the good golf shots you hit not the bad ones. When you are playing any sport it is always important to enjoy it.
The best thing to do here is buy a cheaper set of clubs from taylormade 2.0 irons for sale online store. Just remember you have just started the game so you are not going to have the consistent contact or club head which you desire. There are many options out there from used golf clubs to half sets or perhaps you could borrow a set from a friend. This is my suggestion once you develop your swing then it may be time to invest in a better set that will advance your game.
The set-up is basically the golf stance. You have to learn the correct alignment to become better at the game. This means proper placement of your shoulders, forearms, feet, knees and your eyes so they will be parallel to the target line. Other things you have to pay attention to is the position of the ball, your balance and your posture. This is a vital part because if you are not setting up correctly then you will never be hitting any targets you're aiming at. Once you master a good set-up it will become second nature to you.
Yes the rules of golf can be hard to follow and full of jargon but you have to learn some basic ones so that you're not punished. If you are going to be playing the game with taylor made burner 2.0 irons regularly it is only right that you put the effort in and understand some of the rules. Simple rules exist like - you must not have more than fourteen clubs in your bag and if you swing and miss the ball it will count as a stroke. The list could go on I suggest you go to your local club and request an R&A rules book which comes in a small booklet. It covers all the rules you will ever need. It is a book I keep in my bag in case of disputes about rules.
Now you can do this various ways. The way I did it was through a book. This is a cheaper method than taking a lesson from a Professional. A professional is a more expensive method but they can help you throughout the duration of the lesson. Other methods exist such as DVDs, golf schools and training aids. I suggest you start getting instructions from the start. If you can't afford lessons then a book is the ideal solution for you. A book is something you can always go back to and revisit. Whatever your choice make sure it is working for you.
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