Golf is a fun, quiet sport for both long-time enthusiasts and beginners. The sport may seem easy enough, but it’s actually quite complicated. Golf Digest shares:
We get it. Golf can seem terribly complicated to the uninitiated. So many rules, so many different kinds of clubs. And then there’s the lingo: birdies, bogeys, bump-and-runs. At Golf Digest, this may be the language we speak every day, but we also know it’s a language that can scare prospective golfers off before they ever pick up a club.
If you are thinking of getting into the sport, whether competitively or simply as a hobby, it is recommended that you take golf lessons in Savannah, Georgia. Lessons need not be too expensive. You can find the right instructor for group or private lessons for modest rates, and within a few sessions you can grasp the basics of the sport so you can eliminate any mistakes earlier on and make further improvements as you go along.
Of course, you could save yourself from the expenses and learn on your own. However, while anyone can play golf, not everyone can play well, at least not without the right kind of basic training to be able to have a good grasp on the sport from the onset. Lessons can help you learn about the right types of shots to make, the proper hitting stance, how to hold a club properly, and, most importantly, how to swing, hit the ball, and aim.
First-time golfers need only to keep a few things in mind. First, you need to wear appropriate attire, especially if the golf course requires a dress code. Second, you don’t need to spend a lot of money on golfing equipment and accessories for the first lesson, as most golf courses offer rental services. Third, there’s no need to be intimidated and to memorize all those rules right away–lessons for beginners will mostly focus on the proper way to hold the club, to stand, and to swing.
Most importantly, you need to find the right instructor. Golf courses and schools such as the Cindy Jones Savannah Golf School offer group and private golf lessons in Savannah for adults and junior golfers, with sessions running from thirty minutes to one hour. Pretty soon, you’ll be playing like a seasoned pro, and only after a few lessons, too.
(Info from: Everything you need to know about taking up golf from the editors of Golf Digest, Golf Digest)