I love watching the PGA Tour in Hawaii. Even though the season technically started a few months ago, I’ve only just realized it.
Anyway, another reason I love watching golfers play in Hawaii is that I can learn a lot from what I’ve seen-not just for my own game, but also as a teacher who helps others. For example, the style of playing “light breeze” in Hawaii is not much different from Golf, which is played in Florida. One of the problems I work on with my students all the time is Golf in the wind. The way golfers deal with Hawaiian-branded winds and still earn an incredible amount of points shows us all that the wind shouldn’t spoil the game. Nary. Continue reading
After the day’s swings, chips, and putts, your clubs probably won’t look good. And one of the tricks of Golf is their correct and timely cleaning. Not only will your inventory last longer, but perhaps a clean and smooth putter will improve your shot. Who knows? You may even like this process.
Add a little dish detergent to the warm water. The water should not be too hot, otherwise the metal rim will expand and the club head may lose its stability. The water container should be large enough to hold as many clubs as necessary. Continue reading
The First Tee is a unique American program aimed at attracting children to Golf lessons. Executive Director of the program Joe Luois Barrow is convinced that the passion for this game since childhood will have a positive impact on many aspects of life in the future. In proof of his theory, Mr. Luois gave several indisputable arguments:
1. Health and excellent fitness. The problem of physical inactivity and obesity, which has recently become relevant for most children, can be solved thanks to Golf. Constantly moving around the field during the game with a small load behind your shoulders in the form of a bag with clubs burns a certain amount of calories. So, a player weighing about 70 kg will lose 350 calories in one round. Continue reading