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Personal Golf Styles

by Carlie Edwards

Developing your own golfing style, do you really need to? Seems like an obvious statement, but sometimes beginners think they just need to imitate a professional golf player, and they'll instantly have golf success. There are no shortcuts to becoming a good golfer so obviously the above statement is incorrect.

Since no two people are ever the same. We obviously do not swing at the golf ball in exactly the same way either. You'll see this example the next time you're at the driving range, watching row after row of people slapping away at the ball. You'll soon see that this is very true. Since each person has his or her own unique body built. We develop our own individual set of muscles, therefore, if you are to look at the different size and shape of people, the way they swing their club can be as different as night and day. Because each person has unique sets of muscles they will also have a unique swing.

Because golf is an individual sport, you'll find your own style of playing that will produce the best results for you, which also contribute to the enjoyment of your game.

In the game of golf sometimes imitation is not necessarily the best way to go. You can try to copy someone else's style but that doesn't necessarily mean it will work for you. You may be better off with a professional coach and a few lessons, this may help you to find your own groove and help you make the necessary corrections to your own swing. Should you decide to try professional coaching try to hire someone that will work with you and your natural swing ability, rather than have someone that tries to teach you a general rule that may not necessarily fit your style.

When looking for professional coaches always try to find someone that is a top-notch player and teacher is well. A professional should actually be able to show you how to get out of the sand trap, hit a fade, or the proper way to putt from the fringe. The optimal situation would be to find a teacher that would understand your natural abilities, and then adjust their advice to suit your specific needs.

Now that you are ready to get started playing the game it's important not to think too much before taking your shot. Some people will stand so long over the ball trying to remember everything the coaches taught them, you'll wonder how they'll ever get through the entire golf course. It's impossible to make a shot if your mind is trying to think of everything you've been taught such as, your grip, where are your feet, where is the ball and so on. If you make a bad shot, don't worry about it. You always have another chance to take the shot again, just take the shot and try to use your natural way of doing things. Don't keep changing your style just because you had a bad game, this is one of the worst things that you could do.

There are however some fundamental principles that you need to observe.

There are a couple of tips that will help you improve your personal game.

Balance is the most important foundation that you need no matter what type of shot you're making. Keeping your balance is critical when you strike the ball.

Don't rush yourself on this, unless you're a professional, you should take all the time you need. By taking your time, you will develop a method that works best for you.

Golf is like anything else in life, it takes time and it takes practice. Be patient and try doing everything as naturally as you possibly can. You'll find yourself getting your first birdie, your first chip in for par, and before you know it you'll be breaking 80 on a regular basis.

About the Author

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