You have had a great hole so far, with great shots that got you on to the green two strokes under par. Now all that is left is to sink your put for an Eagle. Except things go terribly awry, and you miss your mark, and not just once either. When all is said and done, your sure thing Eagle is now a Double-Bogey, all because of some bad putting. So what is there that you can possibly do to help with this situation?
Ah, the indoor putting mat. The training aid that gives you no excuse not to practice. Raining? Stuck at home? At the office? Then bring the game back home. We’ve all been there, and nearly every golfer has had to use a horrific indoor putting mat at some point, I mean – how can they all be so grainy, and feel like sandpaper?
As we have stated in one of our previous articles, golf rangefinders are one of the best tools available to use for the game of golf. These tools make it possible to accurately measure the distance to the pin from wherever you may be on the fairway, through the use of magnification and lasers, among other features. Of all the available names there are available for these rangefinders, one brand name reigns above the rest. This brand name is Leupold, makers of some of the best golf rangefinders available.
If you don’t know much about the technical aspects of golf, it’s much harder to have a good time on the course. You’re probably hitting the ball from odd angles and you’re struggling to keep your shots on the green.
Following the optimum swing plane according to your size and club is essential if you want to drive the ball on the green. It’s also important if you want to get as much distance as possible with each shot.
Let’s find out if it’s perhaps because of your swing that you’re having a hard time finding games at your country club.
The most important thing to master in golf, and maybe the most difficult, is the art of the golf swing. A good swing is almost the only important thing when playing golf, as your swing can be the life or death of your game. Of the elements that make up your swing, the most important is the shot plane and the path that your club takes when addressing the ball. These are the portions of your swing that will decide how you impact the ball, and in turn is what makes the difference between hitting the ball flat against the club head, or slicing the ball out of existence.