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Get More from Your Golf Game.

August 15, 2018 by  
Filed under Health, Sports, Weekly Columns

(Akiit.comGolfing is a fantastic pastime for all ages. It can be as gentle or as strenuous as you like, it’s a great way to spend time outdoors, and it has long been the activity of choice for people networking and strengthening their connections. Whether you’re playing golf to try and butter up a potential business partner or you just like doing it for fun, there are always things you can do to improve your experience. Like many things, you get back what you put in when you’re playing golf. If you want to enjoy it more or get more from it, try these tips.

Work on Your Fitness

Golf isn’t necessarily the most strenuous of sports, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t require any physical fitness. If you want to play well and play for longer, working on your general level of fitness can help you. Playing golf can mean spending a lot of time on your feet, although you can choose to use a cart to get around. You also need to have power in your swing, which requires strength in your arms, shoulders and other areas too. If you find yourself getting tired before you’re ready to go home, you might need to spend some time in the gym.

Remove Some of the Strain

An alternative approach to finding yourself getting tired is to reduce some of the strain. Maybe you want to continue to enjoy golfing, but you’re not too keen on getting fit. You might just be tired of lugging your equipment around. Using a golf cart is one option to make it easier to get around a course. But if you enjoy the walk as you move from one hole to the next, you might prefer a motorized golf cart. Brands like SportProvement can help you find the perfect cart. Choose one that can follow you around automatically, and you won’t have to put in any effort.

Upgrade Your Equipment

If you’re trying to work on your swing or perhaps improve your handicap, plenty of practice is obviously going to help you. However, you might also want to consider how much your clubs and other equipment could help you to improve your game. While good players are capable of playing well even with the cheapest equipment, starting with the right stuff can really help you to go the extra mile.

Become a Member of a Club

If you’re not already a member of a golf club, you should look into getting a membership somewhere soon. Having access to the facilities and benefits that club membership offers can help you build your skills, make connections and meet new friends. You’ll be able to golf as often as you like too, and you can impress friends and associates by inviting them to come with you. If you haven’t established a handicap yet, a club membership will also allow you to do that.

Get more out of playing golf by thinking about how you can improve your game. It doesn’t take much to better your experience.

Staff Writer; Lou Moore

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