Many times the simplest advice are those who pay higher dividends.
Usually the players range from a master hoping for a magical advice or to be enlightened on the complexities of the grip or some other technical detail when, instead, all they need are only the golfing habits!
These are six habits that you might use to improve your score.
Do you have difficulty in achieving and reaching a mental progress? Try to play more advanced tees to vary your safety zone and lower your score. Play a shorter field will take you to play more often for par or birdie while infusing confidence and a more competitive mindset that will remain when you return to your normal tee. Not being able to improve your scores advanced tees consider it as a message: you need more practice and extra work on your game cort!
2. Do it daily
Ben Hogan said that he hated to miss a day of practice because it meant we would have needed an extra day to improve. While you probably won’t be able to keep this regime, but keep in mind that golf will give you just what you get given. You don’t have enough time? No problem. 10/15-minute movements also do only with a stick in the yard or garden you will help.
3. When you play golf, play golf
If you take the time to play, take it seriously and concentrate on every shot. Don’t ever swing a distracted during a ride! Of course that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun, but you should focus on quality. Use the driving range to work on technique and the golf course to focus on the real goal: lower your score.
4. Take a better equipment
You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars in equipment. But if you are using an old set of clubs that is not suited to your game, you may unnecessarily prevent any improvement. Many recent technological developments in the field of equipment could make a difference and significantly improve the texture and length of your shots. Why not take advantage of it?
5. Not “cheat” on your short game
Chipping, pitching and putting more than half of the shots in the score type of an average golfer. Therefore you should devote most of your practice the short game. You are sure to do it? It ‘nice to get close to or on the green with some good shots, but it is useless if we are not able to send her inside. And remember that “2 + 3 beautiful ugly” becomes more and more that “3 + 1 beautiful ugly”!
It’s easier to improve if documented your successes and your mistakes. Where you play the best shots and where the worst? You went straight, left or right? Long or short? How many putts you made and how many putts of 1 meter or less you did wrong? Keep a notebook on documenting and consults it regularly to see the behaviors and domains in your game that need work.
And you have other habits or tips to add to these 6? Which of these respected and practically quite frequently?