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Golf Putting Tips for shooting Lower Scores

Using Golf putting tips for shooting lower scores. There's a saying in golf, You drive for show and putt for dough! This statement is true for both professional golfers and novices. The game of golf is about shooting the lowest scores, and the majority of strokes in the game of golf occur within 100 yards of the hole. Many rounds and many golf tournaments have been ruined by bad putting. To shoot the lowest scores you must learn how to putt. Here we will discuss several techniques for improving your putting skills. Simple Golf Putting Drills: The best way to become better at putting is to practice drills that increase your distance control and accuracy. Golf putting tips that focus on long putts are silly because statistically speaking, all golfers will two putt on putts that are longer than 15 feet. The PGA Tour's stats site shows that most birdies are scored from within 15 feet. We suggest that you practice putts that are 15 feet or shorter because this is where you will hav
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Golf Course Etiquette for Beginners

Most experienced golfers can handle playing with someone who is just learning to play.  Who has lower than average skills provided the new golfer possess adequate golf course etiquette and plays at a reasonable pace. Bad etiquette, however, is virtually guaranteed to prevent a future invitation to be part of the same group. Here are a few basic rules of golf course etiquette that will be useful for anyone just starting out and a good reminder for the more experienced golfers. Even before going to the golf course, there are a few things you need to do: Try going to a driving range before playing a round: Unless you are incredibly athletic and can pick up a golf club and start hitting 200 yard drives, you might want to go to a driving range to practice your golf swing mechanics. Take along a friend who knows how to golf, and can show you the basics of the stance, grip and swing. Review each golf club and know your own yardages for each club. Make sure you have your own set of clubs: I a

10 Best Foods and Drink for Golfers

Food is fuel for our bodies - What we consume determines our mental and physical abilities. Golfers who eat healthy can achieve a competitive edge and lower their scores. It is vital for athletes to maintain peak athletic performance to consume a well-balanced diet. Are there any foods and drinks you should consume before and after playing golf? Well...that depends. For those who aren't too serious about their games or just trying to have a fun night, eat and drink what they want. Consume the salty foods, junk foods, and sweet snacks you see at the golf course. Meanwhile, if you are interested in eating healthily and using food for energy, and if you wish to stay focused and maintain energy levels, then continue reading. 1. For Breakfast - Oats, Boiled Eggs and Fruit In order to feel full and get energy, we need carbohydrates and protein - for that you can have Oats, 2 hard boiled eggs and a fruit. Eat your breakfast at least two hours before your tee time so your body has time to

How to Hit a Golf Further?

So you want to know how to hit a golf ball further. The information from all the professional golfers has been gathered and the results are in. If you want to be able to hit a golf ball further, the number one tip is physical conditioning . There is nothing that will take the place of your physical conditioning. You must have the flexibility, core strength, shoulder strength, and leg strength as well.  Flexibility is a key issue in golf, so as you get older it is important to exercise regularly to maintain your flexibility, which is essential for keeping a fluid stroke. The second tip for knowing how to hit a golf ball further is being loose. Stretch and do some exercises to help you get loose. You will never drive a golf ball 300 yards when you are tight, and not loosening up could be a recipe for disaster by the way of pulled muscles. Next you will want to remember that to hit a golf ball farther is a matter of physics. The wider your stroke is the further you are going to be able to

Can Golfing Fatigue from Wet Conditions Impact Your Game?

It has been a tough start this spring with all of the rain we’ve had to endure. It has made playing golf rough or should I say like playing in Mudsville. With standing water everywhere on the fairways it’s extremely tough to navigate or sludge around the golf course. Walking or even taking the golf cart is taxing on the body, mind, spirits and especially tough on the feet. Lack of support from the feet can impede function and require more physical effort. In early spring playing golf it has got to be expected, but not when it’s almost June. Your expected to encounter a wet fairway, and these conditions do require a slightly different golf course management approach. A wet golf ball and wet grass is going to cause a knuckle ball of sorts, and there is no room for error because of lacking for distance. Wet conditions will also cause the ball to sit down in the turf more, and when it is soft and wet the golf club will dig. The end result you will get is a face full of mud, and not distan