I remember when I was a kid playing golf, I used to think I was the king of the world. I would play the game against my brother and father and used to whip their butt from hole 1 to 18...
...Or so I thought. Turns out these people that I thought I trusted gave me a "Handicap", and a really high one at that. This is a measure of a golfer's potential and is used to even out the score when playing against potentially higher players. In my case, my family gave me a handicap of a ridiculously high handicap... something like 9000, which basically meant I'd "win" every time.In real, competitive golf, anything above 20 is considered high, which means that, should you have this score, you usually rank as an "average" golfer. If you ever wanted to be considered better than average and want to lower your handicap, then consider using the following advice.
9 Tips To Lower Your Handicap
While there was little I could do about my handicap as a kid (and even less I can do about my tainted victories), these tips are a sure-fire way to help you with your own difficulties. Just follow our advice and keep on.