Free Golf Tips Randomly Taken From The Internet
Want to get some free golf tips from the Internet because you’re too cheap to chip in $20.00 for a two-year subscription to Golf Tips Magazine? Here’s one that’s particularly helpful for the layman and it’s an absolutely free article.
"I want to play, I want to play!" you might say. Golf is a technically and mentally demanding sport. A newbie who has just entered the sport without at least a modicum of training and practice will immediately fold quicker than a crisp twenty-dollar bill by the end of his first week in a golf course.
You’ve seen top players on television lose their composure in the middle of a game almost all the time; imagine how you, someone who couldn’t even tell a birdie, an eagle or street fighter apart, would feel if not even one single shot of yours goes where you want it to go. Besides, you’d be a menace to yourself as well as society; there are other people waiting in line to play, you know. So save yourself the embarrassment and get yourself trained by professional instructors. It takes more patience than enthusiasm to compete in golf and it asks for nothing more, nothing less. Patience means not playing golf until you can play the course without humiliating yourself, pure and simple.
Lessons from a professional golfer shall and will most certainly cost you money and golf is already a costly game to begin with but it’s the best investment you’ll ever make just short of buying a new set of golf clubs. In any case, the two venues where you can get an optimum learning experience are driving ranges and golf clubs. You don’t necessarily have to be a member of a club to get a lesson from a professional but you’ll be paying upwards to $40.00 per forty-five minutes of lessons. You can get discounts for block booking or group bookings if you can’t handle the expense of private tutoring.
This article will stop right here, because, irony of ironies, the free lesson that’s been put forth in this article basically amounts to, "Don’t you dare play golf without knowing anything about it. Seek professional help but it’ll cost you." Your free golf tip, in essence, is an advertisement for not-so-free lessons for golf from Pro Golfers and Golf Instructors. In any case, trying to look for advanced courses on golf using Google won’t do you much good either, because in order for you to understand all those golfing terminologies and techniques that Wikipedia and the online version of Golf Tips Magazine are spouting out, you still have to apply those tactics with hands-on experience.
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