Golf tips and drills to help you reduce your scores
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What separates the truly great golfers from the rest of the pack is how they play when they don’t have their best stuff. How does your attitude hold up when you don’t have your "A" game going for you?on this page you will find a number of golf tips to help your game
It would be great to be able to shoot good scores all the time, but golf is not that kind of a game. Some days everything goes your way and scoring is easy. Other days everything seems to go against you. It is on these off days that you really have to have a strong mental game to keep your sanity and bring in a reasonable score.
On those "B" days, the main thing is to never get discouraged or emotionally upset. Use the bad days and bad breaks to increase your focus and determination so you can keep your mental game together. Every round of golf regardless of the score is a learning opportunity if you take advantage of it. The tips you will find on this page and others throughout this site can be of great help to you
So make it a point to learn patience instead of getting caught up in your emotions. You can train your mind to master the emotional roller coaster of golf by focusing on the process and hanging in there until the breaks go your way. Otherwise, you will find that a so-called "bad score" can quickly turn into a horrible score.
Tiger Woods knows that golf is a fickle game. He also knows that he can have a bad day or several bad shots and still win a tournament as long as he doesn't allow his emotions to take him out of his game. Even when he loses, he knows without any shadow of doubt that "I'll be back."
If you can accept the good and bad days as a part of golf, it will reflect in your attitude and you will shoot lower scores. So have fun, keep polishing your wheel,practicing the free golf tips you read and enjoy the journey to lower scores.
Here is a great golf tip.
Tee Box Choices - It all starts there.
You stand on the tee box and it is sunny. The day is great. You are golfing with friends or making new acquaintances. What should you be thinking about?
It should be something to do with the hole you are on.
Spend some time and think about the hole. How long? Straight or dog leg? Water? More Water? Nothing but water!
A good drive will set you up for a good score. If you are in the trees, deep grass, or a hazard, it becomes harder to save your score. Current thinking is 'grip it and rip it'. Giant head drivers encourage that thinking even more.
Follow this golf swing tip to improve your chances of being in the middle of the fairway-often the best spot to be whether you are 100, 200 or 300 yards out.
First think about the hole and the distance you want to be at. A short dog leg left can hurt you if you simply drive as far as you can straight on. Driving too long can be a problem. So think about your length.
Based on your length decision, choose a club which is comfortable for you. A 3-wood or 5-wood is a perfectly fine choice. Now lets say it is raining on this day and you still decided to play. You mightbe in your cart most of the time so the need for your outdoor umbrella might notbe necessary. If you did not rent a cart, then the use of your outdoor umbrellais a must. It gets a little trickier when you are trying to shoot in the rainwhile holding an umbrella, just set it down for a second and swing. Justremember the rain is just a distraction, follow the above information the sameway for rainy days and you should do just fine.
golf tip..... Tee box does not mean Big Bertha every single time.
Once you have distance in mind, then aiming is your next big decision. Do not just aim down the middle every time.
golf tip........Look where the hazards are. You will find creeks, sand, trees, water, hills, rocks, cactus or other things to affect your choice. In addition, think about where the green is and what hazards are protecting it. If there is sand on the left then you want to approach from the right. So you want your drive to finish on the right.
Then consider the effect of the wind. Will it push you further left or right?
Finally, choose where on the tee box you want to stand. You can tee up your ball anywhere between the two markers. That means you can stand outside the markers if you tee up on the left side of the box (for your right hander). In addition you can move up to 2 club lengths behind the markers.
That gives you lots of choice where to stand and aim from. Pick your spot and tee up. Then pick a spot to aim at. I should remind you to aim at something not aim away from something. Looking at water, trees, houses and other distractions only attracts your ball towards them! Pick a spot on the fairway based on your choices and look at it when you aim.
Then, follow your pre-shot routine (remember-the same every time), take a smooth swing and smile to yourself as you end up where you wanted to. Then smile again as your partner picks a different spot, takes out the big wood and takes a mighty swing sending his (or her) ball 300 yards - into the trees.
I hope that these golf tips were of use to you.
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