Tomorrow is the beginning of 2013. It’s a new year, and what better time to take stock of what you need to do to improve your golf game? Here are the top five golf New Year’s resolutions for 2013:
-Hit straighter shots. As we’ve seen earlier, there is a surprisingly narrow margin for hitting fairways and in many cases you only have an eight degree window of opportunity to avoid the rough. If you hit your shots straighter, that is to say, closer to your target without pushing or pulling, you’ll be that much better off.
-Improve your short game. Imagine how much easier your putting would be if you always put your ball within 10 feet of the hole. Seem impossible? Not with a bit of practice on accuracy and good distance.
-Practice hitting from the fairway. Fairway shots are a key set up to a good short game, and with obstacles such as bunkers frequently placed near the green, it’s critical to hit accurate shots on the fairway.
-Reexamine your swing. Do your friends always compare your swing to Charles Barkley? Take a look at how you make your swing, especially your backswing. This is the key to hitting it straight in all cases. Check out our homepage for more on the importance of backswings.
-Cure that slice! There’s nothing worse than a slice that ruins your entire hole. Get the correct swing position to finally rid your game of slices once and for all.
And best of all? Pause-N-Throw can help you with all of these! Try it today and you’ll have an all around better game!