Tips For Beginner Golfers aims to provide golf tips for beginners on all aspects of the game from understanding golf terminology and the rules of the game to choosing the right equipment and perfecting your swing so that you can play a good round of golf at your local club and even have the confidence to try your hand at some of the world's most famous courses.
For golf beginners free tips are always welcome and you will find that the pages of information provided here are littered with one free golf tip after another.
If you are just beginning golf then our beginners guide to golf will be perfect for you and there is no better place to start than with golf terminology and the rules of golf. These may seem a little dry and unexciting, but a good understanding of the language of the game and the basic rules of play will get you off on the right foot.
Next, you might like to move on to looking at golf equipment and we will try to point you in the right direction when choosing everything from gloves and shoes to that all important set of golf clubs.
But, kitting yourself out and understanding the rules of the game is just the start of the process and the most important element are those beginners golf lessons and the online golf tips which will provide you with the perfect golf swing to reach the green with ease and putt out effortlessly.
Whatever you are looking for by way of golf tips and lessons on the web we will do our very best to bring it for you through the pages of this website which we will be updating regularly and which will grow as your own knowledge and skill grows.
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Golf car company pursues growth into Black Hills Sioux Falls Argus Leader When Omer Ness hurt his leg in 1972, his eagerness to still play golf sparked a growing regional business. "My father was riding a horse, but when he got off he twisted his knee," said Jim Ness, president of NB Golf Cars. "A buddy of his, about that ...
Teen works to share the love of golf San Jose Mercury News One man's trash is another's treasure. At least that's what Jack Jaffe, who will be a senior at Gunn High School in Palo Alto, likes to think. About a year and a half ago, the 17-year-old began a charity called "Recycled Golf Gear by Jack" to collect ...