Do's and Don'ts-Golf Tips for Beginners

Are you often wondering what you should and shouldn’t do during golf? We hear you, so we created this blog post on the Do’s and Don’ts golf tips for beginners. Continue reading to learn all about it!

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Practice on the practice range before going on an actual course. Practicing on a range will improve your swing, become more familiar with the golf clubs, find your stance, and improve your grip.

Don't

Everybody needs lessons, so get some golfing lessons! Even the pros get golf lessons, so you should as well! Don’t fall behind by not getting golf lessons.

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There are several golf balls on the course. It is important to mark your personal golf ball so you can easily identify which one is yours.

Don't

Although marking your golf ball on the course is important, make sure it's an appropriate size. To determine if your ball marker is an appropriate size compare it to a poker chip. You don’t want your ball marker to be bigger than that.

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It is important to feel comfortable in your golf attire. Pick shoes, polos, and khakis that allow you to move without restriction, and makes you feel confident. If you’re looking for some new polos, try out Yatta Golfs Polos!

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You don’t have to spend large amounts of money to feel comfortable in your attire. There are plenty of cheaper options available then going straight to name brand attire.

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Golfing should be fun! Engage in putting contests and ball-striking challenges with your golfing buddies.

Don't

The putting contests and ball-striking challenges are meant to be fun, so don’t put too much pressure on those contests and challenges.

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Invite your friends! As with anything else, going golfing with a group of people you enjoy makes the event more memorable and fun!

Don't

Don’t mark your scorecard on or by the green. There are other people waiting to hit their shots. Instead, mark your scorecard when you get to the next tee.

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Take the time to learn the basic rules of golf, and etiquette. We also have blog posts on these topics! Check them out!

Don't

When you lose your ball, you should only spend about 3 minutes looking for it. If you happen to find someone else's golf ball DON’T touch it. That golf ball might be being played, and it could ruin their hit.

Now that you know more about the Do’s and Don’ts tips for beginners you are ready to play! Grab some buddies and enjoy!