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Golf instruction - The right way to get your game going

by: Simon Ashton
Unless you are born a natural golf player, you will need golf instruction if you expect to improve your game. Employing a professional golf pro can help you target the weaknesses in your swing and diagnose your hooks. A professional golfer will be able to share with you some of the secrets of the trade and show you simple mind games that will help you focus better, before and after every shot you take on course.

Even the best amateur golfers out there,
although they probably don't want to admit it, take tutoring from the pros. Natural born athletes like the Michael Jordanís and Michael Schmidtís of the world need help from the pros every once in a while to improve their game by pointing out the slight faults in their back swings or how they look up in their short game. Even the elite of golfers seek out advice from those who are considered the gurus for golf instruction when they are in a decline or losing distance on their drives.

In other words, it isn't a bad thing that you want golf lessons. That is exactly what the golf pros are for. That is the reason why they have trained hard and become certified by the PGA. It isn't easy to be certified as a golf pro. It takes years of hard work, studying and training to obtain that qualification. Part of their learning process is to learn how to, not only teach golf but to plan a club tournament, deal with club members and even run the club hop. Even after they have qualified as a golf pro, they still enrol in the occasional seminar or course to brush up on new taching
techniques.

Of course, golf instruction is a crucial aspect of this training and their work. This
is the reason, after all, why English and Scottish golfer first came to America at the
start of the twentieth century. Several decades after they had established the PGA to spread the word of golf and teach Americans how to play, golf is now played and taught all over the world. Those Scottish and English players sure made tough competition for themselves.

About the author:
Simon Ashton is the founder of www.golf-equipment-instruction-guides.com
A website created to give advice on purchasing the right Golf Equipment and Instruction Guides on how best to improve your game of golf.
www.golf-equipment-instruction-guides.comaims to be an informative, unbiased site for your daily golfing needs and news.




 

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