Spring is approaching and so is the golf season, so why not prepare yourself with a review of your golf game, and a lesson or two, to get off to the best possible start.
If you would like a good idea of what to look out for when researching golf lessons, take a look at John Cook’s School of Golf and Golf Range.
Choose your golf professional carefully as it could be the start of a long-term relationship. It’s a good idea to have lessons at a golf range, so you can practice afterwards and fine-tune what you have learnt.
Perhaps, consider a series of lessons, which will be even more beneficial. Remember, to ask for a discount if booking more than one lesson at a time.
What to expect from your first lesson – firstly, a brief chat about your goals, analysis of your golf swing, corrections for any faults, and improvement drills for you to take away.
Health and fitness
Consider your fitness for the new season, especially if you’ve been a couch potato all winter. Get outdoors, do some walking, and while at home do some simple exercise to avoid early season injuries. Check out staying healthy for golf, for tips, advice and recommendations.
If you have never played golf before, but would like to know where to start, you may benefit from reading about why people play golf and how to get into golf. It does not necessarily have to be too expensive.
Spring golf watch
In brief, review your current golf performance and consider your improvement goals for the coming golf season. Most of all practice as much as possible if you seriously want to get off to a good start. Consider if you need any professional golf lessons to help you to improve your game or to fix any faults that have crept into your game.