Golfing for Beginners by Owen Jones

A few tips...

A few golfing idea for complete novices

Golfing for beginners

The information in this ebook on various aspects of golf and related subjects is organized into 17 chapters of about 500-600 words each.

I hope that it will interest those who want to learn more about the sporting game of golf.

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Secondary Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / General

Language: English

Keywords: golfing, golf clubs, golf bags, golfing history, golf course, golf swing, golfing holidays

Word Count: 10,900

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Picking the Right Golf Club for Each Situation

There are several aspects to playing golf. On the highest degree, there is yourself and there is your apparatus. There is only one thing that you are able to do about yourself and that is improve it by right thought and practice. However, it is very much easier to change your apparatus.

Needless to say, you ought to purchase the best apparatus that suits you. This means buying your golfing apparatus from an expert who can see what you need. When you have the best apparatus - golf clubs and balls - that you can afford, you have to learn how to use them.

Learning how to use your golf apparatus well means practice, but also understanding which shot every club is best for. This is arguably more important than buying the best clubs that you can afford, because even if you have the best clubs in the world, using a putter if you ought to be using an iron will be most detrimental to your game.

This information comes with experience, obviously and you can substitute for information by hiring a decent caddy, but really, you should know for yourself as well. This means coming second in hundreds of games against an opponent, but you do not learn a lot by playing someone less able than yourself.

This is where enthusiasm or love of the game comes in. You have to be able to put up with losing frequently in the early days and this is extremely difficult for a competitive person. Enthusiasm and determination will carry you through this early learning period, although hopefully you will learn something new from each game you play all your life.

Here follows a bit of broad common sense about choosing the right club for the beginner.

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Already translated. Translated by Rafael Zarraga
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