Beginner’s Guide to Golf Part 2 – Why you Should Have a Plan!
Maybe you’ve held a golf club a couple of times now. Maybe you even tried some of the tips from part 1 of the beginner’s guide. If you want to learn more you should most definitely:
Have a Plan
Everybody wants to play golf for different reasons. Some want to play recreational golf on the weekends. Some like the competition and want to win tournaments. What do you want? Why do you want to learn golf? You have to be clear about your goals to learn effectively. If you only like the social aspects of the game a couple of lessons and some patient friends may be all you need. If you want to grow fast you can find a lot of top level instruction out there. So plan ahead how much time and money you want to invest to achieve your goals. If you are starting out something like breaking 100 (having a total score below 100 after 18 holes) or being able to play a 18 holes without shooting a ball out of bounds seems like a good idea.