For many it’s been a long time since they’ve managed a round of golf since the world went into a global lockdown. A month or so ago many golf clubs tentatively started opening up again but with strict restrictions and rules what is the experience like for should you now get the opportunity to get a round in?
Something that has been said on many occasions and repeated by many amateurs, usually when someone drives a massive slice. However, improving your putting and adding a little course management can the easiest way to reduce the number of strokes in your round.
You may be a complete beginner or have been playing for years, you’ve probably heard about custom fitting or been told that you should get your clubs fitted. When I speak with other players they generally assume that fitting is for low handicap players and professional golfers. This is certainly not the case and it’s now becoming more common place for players of all abilities to get their clubs custom fitted
You have probably experienced this many times, you spend a few hours at the driving range smashing balls with the same club to perfect your swing, distance and accuracy, you go to the course brimming with confidence only to find almost every shot is fat, thin, sliced or shanked. What happened between a great day at the range and a terrible follow up on the course?