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Beginner Golf Series – Part 1 – How to Plan for Success – Golf Test Dummy

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Beginner Golf Series – Part 1 – How to Plan for Success – Golf Test Dummy

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This is the first episode in a series of videos I will be posting to help beginners find their way to a lifetime of better golf. The goal is to give you the benefit of my experience so that you don’t waste time on dead ends and false positives.

If you’re serious about playing skilled golf and you don’t have hours and years to waste, this is for you. Take the time on the front side to plan your path and learn useful skills, and you will play much better much sooner than the majority of golfers on the courses every weekend.

The first episode centers around honest self evaluation so that you can determine how much time you can devote to your game. This ties in with where you should spend your practice time and what club to start with.

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7 thoughts on “Beginner Golf Series – Part 1 – How to Plan for Success – Golf Test Dummy

  1. For beginners or high handicappers who want to build a game based on reality and don’t want to waste years being frustrated or hitting dead ends.

  2. ” Build you skill and game on the putting green first” This was also what Tiger Woods father insisted that he did even before taking an iron in his hands to swing. The old saying: drive for show and learn to putt for dough is another truism of golf that you subscribe to and is now passing on to your viewers.Well done! Cheers

    1. Thanks so much! Trying to step my production and content up to a higher level. Hopefully help a lot of people.

  3. “Forget the pro’s” Great advice! Not only do we not have access to the same resources they do for perfecting our game, we don’t have access to same courses they play either, unless a person is very wealthy. The courses they play on, while challenging, are also well very well manicured–consistent green speeds, etc. Most of the courses I play on have crowned tee boxes, clumpy rough, hard packed bunkers, and inconsistent greens.

    1. Another great example of how our game is not the same golf as theirs. The simplified version of what we want is this; Hit thr ball consistently toward the target more often than not. How we can do that is different than how the pros do it.

  4. To be a good club player (one that scores well) start from the hole back to the tee. As you said master putting, then chipping, then pitching, then iron shots from 100 m /yards out ( buy single length irons= easier/ but nothing below a 5 or 6 iron), then start with hybrids off the tee, then a 5 wood, then maybe in a year get a 3-4 wood, then maybe a driver later. The key is to get very good at 100m in to teh hole, then work out haow to get to 100m from the tee.

    As for golf gurus for begnners, I like Kirk Junge’s minimalist swing and Jim Venetos’s method. Just less moving parts to learn, therefore faster to pick up.

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