It is important to develop your own independence within golf and to learn to take responsibility for your own performance, on and off the course. Attached is a checklist that can help you see what you should be responsible suitable for your age!
Dr. Karl Morris who works with players like Graham McDowell and Darren Clarke often ask players things like ‘is the practice you are doing making you a better golfer?’
We of course think if we are spending hours hitting balls we have to become better golfers but does the score alone measure our improvements, especially when learning the game or changing an aspect of our game?
Below are some tips that can be used to gain more effective practice sessions and ideas on how to improve your game.
Why not ask your Junior Convenor about the Darren Clarke Skills Challenge, it is a great way to develop your skills and compete against your friends.
The more you play the more you need to be knowledgeable about the rules. Watch the videos below to see what you can learn – then bring your updated information to your next game…
Suzann Petterson- R&A Rules Video
Padraig Harrington- R&A Etiquette Video