Beginner golfers often have trouble because golf is a tough sport to
master. You must develop and refine your swing and this skill usually
doesn't just come on its own. Great swings can take years and years of
continual practice to develop and maintain. A commitment to learning
the skills of golf are needed, and many new players find that attending
weekly skill sessions with a professional instructor helps them to stay
on track. Be prepared for your golf lessons by always bringing the following
to each of your practice sessions:
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Golf Clubs, Tees, and Balls. As a beginner, it is probably a good idea
for you to stay away from the expensive designer club sets but you do
want to have a set that fits your height well. You should also pay attention
to the weight of the clubs. Beginner golfers want to stick to lightweight
clubs since you may not have well developed upper body strength yet.
At your golf lessons you will also need a large stock of tees and balls
at your disposal. It will be a common experience for you to break a tee
or loose a ball, so make sure you come fully prepared.
Comfortable Shoes. If you do not have golf shoes, make sure you wear
shoes that are comfortable and provide good support. Shoes with good
air circulation are also important so that your feet don't get too hot
after a long day on the course. You should also ensure your shoes are
broken in before your first golf lessons since you don't want to waste
a lesson due to sore feet.
Water. In addition, drinking water is important on the golf course and
during your golf lessons. You will likely be doing a lot of walking
during your golfing experiences, and if it is summertime, you will get
hot. Stay fully hydrated by drinking a lot of water throughout your lessons
and time on the course.