Top 10 Golf Tips For Beginners

If nothing else, just kick the grass around the edge toward the middle. And with pictures just to be sure how to do this hits. Avoid using a longer and more difficult club until you are consistently and confidently hitting the shorter ones. Need more help with Fundamentals?

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Great tips man pure gold, any new comer to golf should study these. On the teeing ground, you have to place your ball between the tee markers, either even with them or up to two club-lengths behind them. Tee markers can be any variety of things, but are usually small, colored cones of some sort or some other similar indicator. As a beginner, look at the scorecard and see which set of tees are the shortest and play from them if possible.

If you are joining a group, just play from where they play from for speed of play reasons. It may also be a good idea to hit a club you feel most comfortable off the first tee if you are a little nervous. If golf carts are involved, be sure to put your bag on the passenger side.

You will need to observe where to drive the cart and where to park it. Be sure and pay attention to the directional markers or arrows showing where to enter and exit the fairway.

Most casual golfers play by more casual rules which is fine as long as everyone plays by the same rules. Going strictly by the Rules of Golf they ball will be played as it lies, but for beginners it is suggested that you should feel free to tee the ball up anywhere as long as that is okay with your companions.

Be sure and keep up with your playing partners, even if that means picking up. One of the most important things you can learn as a beginner is how to play quickly.

Some of the slowest players are low handicappers. The key factor is always being ready to hit when it is your turn. Always repair your ball marks and also learn to repair divots in the fairway. Many courses today provide sand bottles for this. If nothing else, just kick the grass around the edge toward the middle. Most importantly, be sure to rake the sand trap as you leave and make sure it as smooth as possible.

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