Ways to Improve your Golf Game
We’re all trying hard to lower our handicap and you get a couple of good rounds in, then card a real baddie; we’ve all been there, and good golf is all about consistency, which is part of the attraction of the unique game of golf. Playing a good course is always a challenge, and if your long and short game are on par, and you are putting well, then it all falls into place.
Here are a few ways that might help you to improve any aspect of your game.
- One on One Tuition – There are one-on-one golf programs in Thailand from professionals that have studied how to improve a student’s game. He or she would study your swing, which would reveal weaknesses that might be in your grip, stance, or even your hip movement, and if you search online, you will find such a golf tuition program, which would be very affordable.
- Practice Makes Perfect – This is true for just about everything, and the more you play, the better you will become. Of course, we don’t always have the time to get out on the links, but even 30 minutes on a driving range will help keep you tuned up. While a pro would spend 5 hours a day hitting golf balls, you could get by with half an hour 3 times a week, which would be on top of your weekend round.
- Clubs Upgrade – Most golfers would improve if they upgraded their clubs, and if you’re planning to do that, talk to a pro and ask for some advice when buying clubs. A set of Ping irons might be expensive, but there’s a reason they are of higher cost and they do improve your game. Of course, you would want to test a new driver or 3-wood, to get the feel of the club, and there are many different sizes and weights, and finding the right set might take a while.
As most golf pros would tell you, the core of your game lies with your swing, and by having a few lessons from a professional, your swing will be amended slightly to correct that hook or slice that costs you so many shots. If you focus on making the suggested changes to your swing, your game must improve and with practice, the new swing will become second nature and you can take a few points off your handicap.