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How to Improve on Your Golfing Skills

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Published on March 25th, 2021

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While we’re also known for hosting beautiful Carriage Greens weddings and parties, having karaoke nights, and our delicious restaurant, we are primarily known for being a premiere golf course. Learn how to improve your golfing skills for the upcoming summer so you can make the most out of your golfing experience.

Hold Your Pose After Your Shot

If you hold your pose after your shot, it most likely means that your swing was synced and you had good rhythm and aim. If you think about the ending position you want to be in, you’ll be surprised at how much better your swing and aim will be.

Stretch, Stretch, Stretch

Stretching before you play is the best way to avoid injury. Specifically, stretching your hamstrings could make a huge difference on your golfing game. If they’re short and tight and not stretched out, it can negatively affect your golf swing. One great way to stretch them out is by laying on your back in an open doorway and putting one leg on the doorframe while the other is extended on the ground. Hold that position for a few seconds then switch legs. Starting every day or every game with stretching can make a big difference over time in your range of motion.

Practice, Practice, Practice

We all know that the best way to master a skill is to practice it as much as we can. We encourage you to visit the Carriage Greens golf course as much as you’d like, but when you’re not able to come by for a game, practicing your swings at home can be very effective, too. In fact, by just taking a lot of practice swings by yourself at home each day, you can increase your strength and flexibility and become more aware of where the club is in relation to your swings. This will only help you improve your swing over time.

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