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Mar 17, 2021

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5 Things Great Golfers Do That You Need To Copy

Have you ever heard the phrase “the best playing partner is one that’s slightly worse than you are?” I’d have to disagree because in my eyes, the best playing partner is one that's better than you. Not only do they push you to play better, they can teach you valuable tactics. 

When you play with someone who is at a higher skill level,  you can learn a lot from watching them play and how they approach each shot. Below will be five things that all great golfers do that you can use to improve your game.

Mar 3, 2021

Do you want to play more consistent confident golf? Learn more about the Golf Strategy Academy at https://www.golfstrategyacademy.com As you learn what it takes to become a consistently good golfer, you will see a common principal over and over again. Proficiency. In order to lower your scores and play consistently good golf, you need to become proficient in all areas of the game. If you neglect one aspect of the game, you cannot expect to play well and improve. As a beginner in the game of golf, it can be tempting to go to the driving range just to hit your driver over the fence 100 times. This type of practice session is often followed by a round on the course where nothing seems to go your way and you wonder why you aren’t improving. It’s likely because your practice is all wrong. Don’t fall into the temptation of only going to the driving range and instead, begin working your way out from the cup until you feel confident from anywhere around the green. Then, work your way back to the tee box at various distances in order to develop a consistent play style. By following these simple tips and not giving into the temptation of the driving range, you will see the scores dropping lower than ever before!

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