Hit the Ball Straight Everytime!

Dec 26, 2012

Many golfers try to learn the golf game on their own, but taking golf lessons is imperative to getting better at golf.

Tommy Armour said, “Every golfer scores better when he learns his capabilities.” The only way you will learn your capabilities and play within them is to take golf lessons.

However, you have to know what to consider before taking a lesson.

Cost– While one golf instructor may charge you $200 an hour for each lesson, another golf instructor with the same experience may only charge you $40 an hour. Both are good instructors with a lot of experience, but decide what you can afford before taking a lesson from the first golf instructor you find.

Credentials–  Find out whether the lessons will be on the golf course or on the driving range. Good golf instructors offer instruction on both the driving range and a golf course. Interview the instuctor and make sure they have taugh someone of you still level.

Time – Becoming a good golfer takes commitment. You don’t have to be a good golfer to enjoy playing golf, but it sure does make it more enjoyable when you do learn how to play the game correctly. Make sure you can devote some time each week so you can take a lesson and then some time to practice what you learned during that lesson.

Get ready Ladies!!!
The Saturday morning Ladies Clinics are getting back in full swing!
Hosted by Head Professional Todd Liddick
Starting at 9am and only $10!!!
Call the Pro Shop 954-421-5550 to sign up